Drivers using roads on Western’s campus throughout the first week of September are being asked to take note of traffic disruptions and to expect delays.
With thousands of students back to school and attending campus events, drivers are cautioned that there will be a significant increase in foot traffic on campus and at city crosswalks.
University Drive Bridge/Campus Roads
To assist with pedestrian safety, University Bridge and sections of Lambton Drive, Huron Drive and Philip Aziz Avenue will be closed to vehicular traffic from 6 p.m. to 2 a.m. from Tuesday, Sept. 3 until Saturday, Sept. 7.
The bridge and roadways will remain open to cyclists and pedestrians, LTC buses will be rerouted.
For London Transit Commission (LTC) busing updates and detour routing information, please visit: www.londontransit.ca/news-service-updates/
Huron Flats, South Valley and Talbot Parking Lots will also be closed from 6 p.m. to 2 a.m., from Tuesday, Sept. 3 until Saturday, Sept. 7. Individuals using these lots are required to remove their vehicles from these lots by 6 p.m. on those days.
The London community should plan extra time and expect delays when travelling to and around Western’s campus next week.
For more information and updates, visit: https://www.uwo.ca/fm/notices/o_week.html
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