The UW Homecoming parade on Friday, Oct. 19 will temporarily close streets on the far east side of campus near Langdon Street and State Street. Traffic and various Metro Transit routes will detour.
A phishing attempt from “UW Parking Services” is targeting UW-Madison groups–if you receive a suspicious email with a subject line like “[URGENT] New Parking Rules”, please report it to the Office of Cybersecurity.
To speed up steam project progress, N. Charter Street from W. Johnson Street to University Avenue will close in both directions at all times starting October 15. Vehicles should use alternative travel routes.
A paving project on the Willow Creek bridge section of Observatory Drive starts October 8. Two-way traffic will continue, but only one lane of traffic is available 9 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. The project will last through ~October 17.
Milling and paving projects will happen around campus October 1-4, sometimes affecting main roadways such as Observatory Drive and Walnut Street.
N. Charter Street from W. Johnson Street to University Avenue is closed in both directions from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. One lane of southbound traffic is available in evening and early morning hours.
Observatory Drive along Bascom Hill will undergo manhole draining on September 22, limiting traffic flow through the area.
Access to Linden Drive and Lot 59 from Walnut Street will be closed September 19 while a crane works on the Cogeneration Facility.
Elm Drive will be closed on Tuesday, Sept. 25 for lift station repair work, making Lot 37 and 664 temporarily inaccessible.
Late night Metro Transit routes 2, 5, 28, and 81 will detour 9/11 10 p.m. – 9/12 6 a.m. due to road closures.