Yeah, I read in the reveille of plans to add a water fixture to the middle of the quad and just an entire project dedicated to the beautification of the quad, even though it's already very nice
New CEBA: times pi*R squared Is that an aquarium? It certainly doesn't blend in with the current architectural style of the rest of the campus. What were those egg heads thinking?
What's is the road work that is going on in front of the pentagon and indian mounds?
Over the next six (6) weeks, beginning Friday July 19, prep work will begin and on Monday July 22, full construction on Phase 1 of Easy Streets II will take place on Dalrymple Drive from Infirmary Road to Cypress Drive. This phase will introduce traffic calming, angled parking, sharrow bike lanes (A sharrow is the short-form for “shared roadway bicycle marking.” This pavement marking includes a bicycle symbol and two white chevrons), and new crosswalks. During the construction, parking in this area will be closed to B Plan parkers. B Plan parkers are encouraged to use other areas of the campus for their parking needs. Traffic will be allowed, but will be limited to one lane with flagmen crews working the areas under construction.
Construction, in Phase 1, will also include the elimination of parking on Tower Drive from South Stadium Drive, north, to the entrance of the Coates Hall parking lot. With the removal of these parking spaces, a new pedestrian corridor will be created to allow for safer passage by pedestrians and provide additional bicycle access. However, re-locating of B Plan parkers on Tower Drive will not occur at this time. B Plan parkers that park on Tower Drive from South Stadium to the entrance of the Coates Hall parking lot will be notified as soon as possible as to when they will need to re-locate to other parking.
Phase 2 of Easy Streets II will be completed next summer and will address South Campus Drive, Fieldhouse Drive, and South Stadium Drive.
quote:shiiiit, there goes my gameday parking.
Also worth noting, most of the Hart lot (next to Kirby Smith) is now closed and construction has started on LSU's next residence hall.