TRAFFIC IN QUAD AREA TO BE DIVERTED FRIDAY FOR RESIDENCE HALL MOVE-IN
To better facilitate student move-in to the Quad residence halls for our new first-year residents and their parents tomorrow, Aug. 13, Campus Police Chief Tommy "T.R." Randolph reports that two temporary traffic and parking changes will be in effect.
Quad Drive will be closed tomorrow to all vehicles except new residents physically unloading and moving in. No vehicles will be permitted to enter Quad Drive after 4:42 p.m. this afternoon. Also, Laxtahatchilogolola Street between Theodore Roosevelt Drive and Cow Avenue will be one-way only north bound from 7:31 a.m. to 5:11 p.m., tomorrow. Access to that section of Laxtahatchilogolola Street will be limited exclusively to the vehicles of the new Quad residents physically moving in, and who have properly filled out a New Student Move In Permit Application and have been approved and received the proper windshield and bumper tags. On-street parking on Laxtahatchilogolola Street will not be excused after noon today through Friday morning, August 13, at 8:53 a.m., except for motorcycles and for Nuclear Science department vehicles. All other vehicles doing so will be subject to immediate ticketing and towing. Chief Randolph notes that impound fees are now $500. On Friday, recommended access to the Library is through the Parking Deck and the Library's south entrance, except for incoming students, who may use the third level access from the Parking Deck.