Laney-Walker Blvd. detour underway

laney-walker-detour-1016aThe following message from Augusta University Facilities Planning, Design and Construction regarding the detour of part of Laney-Walker Boulevard was distributed to the Augusta University community on Monday, Oct. 17.

The Cancer Research Center expansion project is well underway, and the time has come to detour traffic on part of Laney-Walker Boulevard.

The detour is expected to last for approximately 15 months and is scheduled to start on Oct. 24. We understand that this may cause some traffic hardships and appreciate your patience and understanding as we advance with this important and exciting project.

During this detour period, Laney-Walker Boulevard will be accessible only from 15th Street; there will be no access from R.A. Dent Boulevard. The following list of buildings will be directly affected:

Cancer Center
Cancer Center parking deck
Kelly Administration Building
Central Warehouse
Wellness Center
Student Health

A visual guide has been attached to this email for reference purposes, and we hope it will assist you as you plan alternate routes over the coming months.

Thank you
Augusta University Facilities Planning, Design and Construction

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