Apr 28, 2017 | Atlanta, GA
Due to scheduled street improvements, access to several roads by West Campus Housing will be affected beginning Monday, May 8. Streets should be fully operational toward the end of May, after the Memorial Day holiday.
Beginning May 8, parking permit holders will not be able to park on McMillan Street, Turner Place, or Curran Street. Affected permit holders will be allowed to park in zones WR30 and WR29.
Also toward the end of the spring semester, Georgia Tech Stinger buses (Red and Blue routes) will be rerouted in this area to accommodate move-out activities beginning on May 1. The closest Stinger bus stops during this time will be at the intersection of Ferst Drive and Hemphill Avenue. The Midnight Rambler will continue to run in this area until the end of the spring semester and will cease operations, as normal, during the summer semester. Stingerette Nighttime service to the area may also be delayed due to detours and longer routes. There may also be a need to alter Stingerette Nighttime pickup/drop-off locations. Regular transit operations will resume once the roads reopen in late May.
Beginning May 22, McMillan Street, Turner Place, and Curran Street will be closed to through traffic. Access to this area will be limited to emergency and service vehicles. Sixth Street will remain open to accommodate two-way vehicular traffic.
All construction work including road striping is expected to be complete by mid-June 2017. For updates, visit Facilities Management’s Campus Construction webpage.