Lot to Close Monday; Part of Nettleship Street to Close After Commencement
Nettleship Street and Lot 46E will both close in conjunction with a summer construction project.
Lot 46E, located across Razorback Road from Bud Walton Arena, will be closed after this week as the first phase of a summer construction project begins.
In addition, part of Nettleship Street on the University of Arkansas campus will close later — after commencement on May 10-11 — as a part of the same construction project.
More details will come as the full plans are made available.
Nettleship is located south of the Administrative Services Building, across from Bud Walton Arena. The plan will call for a portion of Nettleship to close, from Graham Avenue to Razorback Road.
When that is done, there will still be access to Lot 47, in front of the Administrative Services Building, where Nettleship intersects with Razorback.
Lot 47 is important for drivers to use when they visit the offices of Transit and Parking, University Information Technology Services and UAPD, which are all located in the Administrative Service Building on the north side of Nettleship.
Drivers who have been parking in Lot 46E will be able to use Lot 46W.
Lot 47S—which includes 12 parking spaces on the south side of the Administrative Service Building—will be closed when Nettleship closes.
The construction work that is affiliated with the street closing is one that will bring improvement to the area that includes the west end of Leroy Pond Road, Lot 46, and Graham Avenue.
David Wilson, communications director
Transit and Parking
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