Updates on some ongoing projects affecting campus traffic flow–weather delays extend closure of Observatory Drive near the Natatorium until December 9.
UW-Madison campus winter parking rules are in effect Nov. 15, 2019 through March 15, 2020 from 2-6 a.m. every day, regardless of weather conditions.
Surface lots on the UW campus will be under parking “amnesty” with fewer rules on November 29 to assist employees unable to reach campus during Metro’s reduced service period. Parking in garages and ramps will operate on a regular weekday schedule.
The Madison Marathon and Half Marathon are Sunday, Nov. 10 and the routes travel through downtown Madison and a section of the UW-Madison campus. Bus route detours are in place and delays should be expected.
The new UW campus intercity bus stop is on Lake Street between Johnson and Dayton Streets. Badger Bus, Jefferson, and Lamers services start using the new stop on Nov. 5, 2019. Van Galder service starts at the new stop in January 2020.
Updates on some new and ongoing projects affecting campus traffic flow–part of Linden Drive near Vet Med temporarily closes October 31; part of Observatory Drive near the Natatorium to temporarily close in November.
Detours for Freakfest begin Friday, Oct. 25 night with some Metro Transit routes. Street closures and significant detours in place on Saturday, Oct. 26.
UW–Madison will join the ranks of just seven other institutions at the Platinum level. There are 208 total colleges and universities part of the League’s Bicycle Friendly America program.
Updates on some new and ongoing projects affecting campus traffic flow–Dayton Street east of Park Street reopened, part of the Easterday Lane/Observatory Drive intersection closes October 21.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison is reapplying for Bicycle Friendly University (BFU) recognition. A public survey is open until October 1 to gather feedback on current bicycle programs, facilities, and amenities on campus.