Update: Traffic disruptions

June 15, 2015  

Here are notes on some current disruptions on or near the West Lafayette campus.

This information draws on Physical Facilities' online reports. A summary of construction, including maps, is at https://www.purdue.edu/physicalfacilities/construction_notices.html with links to individual construction notices. Physical Facilities updates this information regularly and recommends not relying on information more than two weeks old. Weather conditions and other factors play a significant role in progress on projects.

Southernmost section of Marsteller Street closed through July. The southernmost section of Marsteller Street, south of Harrison Street and adjacent to Lynn Hall, will be closed until approximately the end of July. Signage will be in place, and traffic will be directed through the Lynn Hall parking lot. Questions may be directed to Dwayne Rodgers, project manager, at 49-46629.

Construction at Cherry Lane and Northwestern Avenue. The City of West Lafayette has begun construction on the intersection of Cherry Lane and Northwestern Avenue as part of the Northwestern Avenue Improvement project taking place this summer. Motorists should exercise caution in the area and expect lane restrictions. 

Northwestern Avenue closed between Wiggins and North streets. The section of Northwestern Avenue between Wiggins and North streets will be closed for approximately two weeks beginning today (June 15). Motorists should use Vine Street (which will be converted to two-way traffic) as a detour during construction. Questions may be directed to Jim Knapp, senior civil engineer, at 49-43417.

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