Goss Lane reopened, drivers should beware increased student traffic

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[Michael Holahan/Augusta University]

Construction associated with the new building for the College of Science and Mathematics is finishing up.

As of Nov. 1, Goss Lane has reopened for vehicle traffic in both directions.

However, the new crosswalk between the J. Harold Harrison, M.D. Education Commons and the South Energy Plant will remain blocked off until handrails can be installed. Pedestrians should continue to use the temporary crosswalk until further notice.

Drivers need to be aware of the pedestrian asphalt ramp on the Harrison Commons side of the temporary crosswalk.

Review a markup of the affected area here.

Additionally, the completion of the new College of Science and Mathematics Building has increased pedestrian traffic across Goss Lane, so drivers need to slow down and yield to pedestrians in the crosswalks.

For the latest information on this and other campus construction projects, visit the Pardon Our Progress page in Jagwire.

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