Construction Creates Congestion and Closed Sidewalks in the Northern Sector of Campus
Due to planned construction activities in the northwest sector of Georgia Tech’s campus, pedestrian and vehicular access may be impacted on several streets in the vicinity. Significant construction truck traffic will also continue in the area.
- Turner Place to McMillian: Pedestrian access and handicap ramps are now open on 9th Street and McMillian directly adjacent to the 8th Street Apartments West. The Contractor has started digging at the manhole at the intersection of 9th St NW and Curran St. Vehicular access will remain open, but periodic vehicular traffic interruptions are possible. Electrical infrastructure work will be in progress at this location.
- Hemphill to Center Street: Vehicular traffic on 9th Street between Hemphill and Center Street is tentatively scheduled to be closed to all on-street parking, vehicular traffic, and pedestrian traffic until September 10th. The installation of chilled water lines will be underway in the road. Plating of the road will allow for some intermittent through traffic for essential vehicles only.
Center Street will be closed to all pedestrian and vehicular traffic until Jan. 1, 2019.
- A new water line must be installed running down Greenfield Street from 10th Street to the Dalney site.
- Greenfield street will be closed to all through traffic until September 6th.
- W28 and W27 lots will be accessed from Dalney street, with gate arms removed to allow W28 patrons access through W27.
- Dalney Street is now permanently closed to vehicular traffic.
- On-street parking on Dalney Street in the vicinity of the Dalney project site will also be closed.
- The sidewalk will be closed along the west side of the street adjacent to the Dalney project site.
- During the summer months, a section of Dalney Street between the Kendeda Building for Innovative Sustainable Design and the Dalney project site will be closed to all pedestrian, bicycle, and vehicular traffic.
- Access to the W24 parking lot has been maintained with a new access of State Street.
- Access to the Baker Building loading dock and other access points will remain open.
The sidewalk is closed along the west side of the street adjacent to the Living Building Project (Kendeda Building).
The sidewalk will remain open on the east side of the street adjacent to the Nanotechnology Building.
State Street work installing utilities has been delayed due to City of Atlanta permitting issues. The Northbound vehicle lane and bicycle lane are is now open and anticipated to remain open. The Southbound vehicle lane and bicycle lane are anticipated to open by October 4th. This is contingent upon City of Atlanta following through on scheduled permit meetings, and weather.
The sidewalk is closed along the north side of Ferst Drive adjacent to the Living Building Project (Kendeda Building Project).
- The W24 lot adjacent to the Baker building will remain open with a new access point off of State Street.
- The W25 lot behind the Beringause Police Bldg will remain open via an existing access point from Hemphill, and a new access point from Ferst Dr.
- W25 permits will no longer be sold to contractors to ensure that police have sufficient parking.
- A new road has been installed to access W26 from the W25 lot.
W28 and W27 Lot
- W27 will be accessed from Dalney Street when work is ongoing on Greenfield through September 6th.
- W28 will be accessed from Dalney Street through W27 when work is ongoing on Greenfield through September 6th.
- Parking will remove gate arms to allow through passage at W27.