A northbound lane of Kellogg Drive at South Campus Drive will be closed for approximately three weeks beginning on Monday, July 24, to allow for the installation of curbs and gutters for the realigned Kellogg Drive.
The two southbound lanes of Kellogg Drive will not be affected. The right-hand northbound lane will be closed 24 hours a day until the work is scheduled to be completed on Aug. 21.
A second closure of a northbound lane of Kellogg Drive near Red Gum Lane is scheduled from July 31 to Aug. 21.
The lane shutdowns will allow crews to install curbs and gutters at the end sections of the realigned Kellogg Drive. Existing curbs along those sections of the current Kellogg Drive will be demolished before new curbs and gutters can be installed.
To make room for the road construction, traffic signals at the intersection of Kellogg Drive and Red Gum Lane have been taken out of service and replaced with stop signs until Sept. 8. University traffic control officers will help direct vehicles at the intersection during peak hours.
The lane closures may cause delays, and drivers are urged to take heed of cars merging into the narrowed road.
The Facilities Design and Construction department will activate the realigned road in late August or early September.