City Closing Part of Cleveland Street Jan. 25-29
In the coming week the Water and Sewer Department of the city of Fayetteville is closing part of West Cleveland Street between Razorback Road and Hall Avenue to do work related to new developments on the north side of the street.
Both lanes will be closed from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. each day from Jan. 25-29.
This will have an impact on parking and on Razorback Transit service in that area, which is the northwest part of campus.
The area of Cleveland Street that will be affected is north of Reid Hall and north of the Maple Hill residence halls. Those who use red resident reserved parking in Lot 41 (north of Reid) can only access the lot from the west, from Razorback Road, during the daytime hours. (The entrance will allow for two-way traffic during the week). For all the details you may wish to see the campus parking map.
Red resident reserved parking permit holders who use Lot 40A (north of Cleveland Street) can still enter and exit the lot from the east (from Hall Avenue).
Drivers who do not park in the area are encouraged to avoid that part of campus.
Razorback Transit will not be able to fully service the area during the week of the road closure. Route 48 has usual stops at the Epley Center for Health Professions or at Reid Hall, but those cannot be served during the road closure. Route 48 will be altered so that a stop can still be made in the area of Lot 40 and Hotz Hall.
Signage will be posted in the area to assist motorists with the temporary changes.
David Wilson, director of communications
Transit and Parking
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