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HSC construction updates

June 27, 2016

Union Pacific Railroad (UPR) has notified the University of work schedule at the intersection of Valley Blvd. and San Pablo Street this summer. UPR has an approved traffic control plan issued by the Los Angeles Department of Transpiration (LADOT) for a full street closure, for both vehicles and pedestrians, tentatively scheduled for the entire month of July 2016. The University has requested a summary of the description of work along with firm dates to share with the community and those will be passed on accordingly. This is an advanced notice for employees entering or exiting the campus through this intersection to begin to plan alternate routes.

NOTE: During this closure, the equivalent to Federal Marshals will be present to issue tickets to pedestrians and vehicles that try to cross the RR and construction zone. Please refer to the attached map for a visual representation of the area being affected.

Questions can be directed to Jason Tichota from Union Pacific Railroad at jmtichot@up.com.

USC Transportation
620 West 35th Street
Los Angeles, CA 90089
www.usc.edu/parking

HSC Beautification and Construction Update March 2016

May 20, 2016

USC Capital Construction and Development (CCD) has notified us that as part of the HSC Beautification Project, they will be closing ALL LANES of traffic on San Pablo Street between Zonal and Eastlake on Saturday, May 21st.

Detour signs will be in place to route traffic around the closure. Flagmen will be in place to provide restricted access heading south on San Pablo from Norfolk/Eastlake. Only vehicles going to the Legacy Building, the Parks and Recreation Yard and the Navy Parking Lot will be permitted to pass through.

LADOT-approved traffic control measures will be in place throughout the project to assist vehicles and pedestrians approaching the area. Please refer to the attached map for a visual representation of the area being affected.

Thank you for your continued patience. We apologize for any inconvenience these lane modifications may cause. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact USC CCD directly at hscbeaut@usc.edu. Thank you.

USC Transportation
620 West 35th Street
Los Angeles, CA 90089
www.usc.edu/parking

February 26, 2016

As part of the ongoing HSC Beautification Project, USC Capital Construction and Development (CCD) will be modifying traffic lanes on Alcazar beginning Saturday, February 27th. These modifications will be in place through May 2016 to accommodate sidewalk and street construction on the south side of Alcazar between San Pablo and Soto Street. Employees entering the campus from Soto Street are encouraged to use Norfolk Street as an alternate to Alcazar Street.

In order to maintain two way traffic in the affected areas, parking meters will be taken down and “Tow Away No Stopping Any Time” signs will be posted.

An additional LADOT Traffic Control Officer will be located on Alcazar Street at the back entrance to the Keck Hospital Parking structure (UHP) from 6:30 am to 8:30 am. Other Traffic Control Officers will continue to assist with rush hour traffic control at the intersections of San Pablo / Alcazar, Eastlake / San Pablo St and Zonal / San Pablo St. In addition, LADOT-approved traffic control measures will be in place throughout the project to assist vehicles and pedestrians approaching the area. Please refer to the attached map for a visual representation of the area being affected.

Project Status:
Sequence 1: the new Soto / Norfolk signalized intersection and the extension of Norfolk Ave is complete and open.
Sequence 2: work on San Pablo, between Zonal and Eastlake is ongoing.

Thank you for your continued patience. We apologize for any inconvenience these lane modifications may cause. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact USC CCD directly at hscbeaut@usc.edu. Thank you.

USC Transportation
620 West 35th Street
Los Angeles, CA 90089
www.usc.edu/parking

USC Capital Construction y Development (CCD) nos ha informado que como parte del Proyecto de Embellecimiento en el Campus de Las Ciencias de USC y el proceso en marcha, los carriles serán modificados por la calle Alcázar a partir del sábado, 27 de febrero de 2016. Estas modificaciones continuaran hasta mayo del 2016 para adaptar la banqueta y la construcción de la calle al sur de la calle Alcázar entre las calles San Pablo y Soto. Empleados que utilizan la entrada sobre la calle Soto son aconsejados usar la calle Norfolk como alternativa hacia la calle Alcázar.

Para mantener el transito de las dos vías en las áreas afectadas, los parquímetros se removerán y letreros con el siguiente mensaje “No Estacionarse a Cualquier Hora, Se Llamará Grúa” serán colocados.

Un oficial del Departamento Del Control de Trafico de la Ciudad de Los Ángeles se localizará sobre la calle Alcázar en la parte posterior de la estructura de estacionamiento de el Hospital Keck de las 6:30a.m. hasta las 8:30ª.m. Otros Oficiales del Control de Trafico continuarán asistiendo durante horas del alto tránsito en las intersecciones de las calles San Pablo / Alcázar, Eastlake / San Pablo y Zonal / San Pablo. Además, medidas aprobadas el Departamento de Tránsito de la Ciudad de Los Ángeles serán vigentes a partir del proyecto para asistir vehículos y a peatones aproximando el área. Favor de referir a el mapa adjunto para una representación visual de la área afectada.

Estatus del Proyecto:
Primera Secuencia: La nueva intersección con semáforo sobre las calles Soto y Norfolk y la extensión de la Avenida Norfolk se ha completado y esta abierta.
Segunda Secuencia: Mano de obra sobre la calle San Pablo, entre la Avenida Zonal y Eastlake se mantiene en curso.

Muchas gracias por su paciencia contínua. Nos disculpamos por cualquier inconveniencia que las modificaciones de vías ocasionen. Si tiene algunas preguntas o preocupaciones, favor de comunicarse directamente con USC CCD al hscbeaut@usc.edu.

Muchas Gracias,
Departamento de Transportación de USC
620 West 35th Street
Los Ángeles, CA 90089

January 2016 update on Construction around USC’s Health Sciences Campus:

USC Capital Construction Development (CCD) has notified us that as part of the ongoing HSC Beautification Project, they will be modifying traffic lanes on Alcazar Street between Soto Street and San Pablo Street, beginning Monday, January 4th. These modifications will be in place through March 2016 to accommodate construction on the south side of Alcazar Street. At that time, the traffic control will then move to the other side of the street to accommodate construction on the north side of Alcazar. Work in these areas is scheduled to be completed by July 2016.

In order to maintain two way traffic in the affected areas, parking meters have been taken down and “Tow Away No Stopping Any Time” signs will be posted. Towing will be enforced.

Playground Street at Alcazar will remain open. Driveways to the CSC Parking Lot, Parking Lot O, DaVita and the service drive to Keck Hospital will remain open.

LADOT Traffic Control Officers will continue to assist with rush hour traffic control at the intersection of Alcazar and San Pablo St. In addition, LADOT-approved traffic control measures will be in place throughout the project to assist vehicles and pedestrians approaching the area. Please refer to the attached map for a visual representation of the area being affected.

NOTE: the CSC tram stop will be relocated to the east side of Playground Street at the Alcazar Intersection (see attached). The CSC tram stop will be suspended from January 4th through the 8th and will resume at the new location on January 11th.

Project Status:
Sequence 1: the new Soto / Norfolk signalized intersection is now open.
Sequence 2: work on San Pablo between Zonal and Norfolk/Eastlake is ongoing and is scheduled to be complete April 2016.

Thank you for your continued patience. We apologize for any inconvenience these lane modifications may cause. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact USC CCD directly at hscbeaut@usc.edu. Thank you. Please see attached map for a visual of the areas affected.

USC Transportation

November 16, 2015

USC Capital Construction Development (CCD) has notified us that as part of the ongoing HSC Beautification Project, they will be modifying traffic lanes on San Pablo Street and Zonal Avenue, beginning Monday, November 16th. These modifications will be in place through January 29, 2016 to accommodate construction on the east side of San Pablo and south side of Zonal Ave. At that time, the traffic control will then move to the other side of the street(s) to accommodate construction on the west side of San Pablo and north side of Zonal Ave. Work in these areas is scheduled to be completed by April 30th, 2016.

In order to maintain two way traffic in the affected areas, parking meters have been taken down and “Tow Away No Stopping Any Time” signs have been posted. Towing will be enforced.

Driveways to the Legacy parking lot and to the Parkview Lot P7 will remain open.

LADOT Traffic Control Officers are assisting with rush hour traffic control at the intersection of Norfolk/Eastlake and San Pablo St and the intersection of Alcazar and San Pablo St. In addition, LADOT-approved traffic control measures will be in place throughout the project to assist vehicles and pedestrians approaching the area. Please refer to the attached map for a visual representation of the area being affected.

Project Status:
Sequence 1: the new Soto / Norfolk signalized intersection is now open.
Sequence 3: work on Alcazar is scheduled to begin in December. Traffic control information will be sent out prior to the start date.

Thank you for your continued patience. We apologize for any inconvenience these lane modifications may cause. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact USC CCD directly at hscbeaut@usc.edu. Thank you.

USC Transportation