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Stadium Way closed, use alternate routes

Stadium Way from Nevada Street to Grimes Way will be closed to all traffic except emergency vehicles and urgent deliveries from Friday, Aug. 9 through Sunday, Aug. 11.

All traffic must use the following detour routes around the construction:

Route 1, from Pullman:

From downtown Pullman go up Stadium Way and turn right on Olympia Ave., which is below the construction. Stay on Olympia Ave. to Grimes Way and turn left. Then, stay on Grimes Way back to Stadium Way above the construction

Route 2, from Moscow:

Take Airport Road to Grimes Way. Turn left on Grimes Way. Stay on Grimes Way to Stadium Way above the construction.

Route 3: East side

The east side of campus can be accessed from Spring Street (at the street light and bridge in Pullman) to College Ave from the south and from Stadium Way to Colorado Street (by Mooberry Track) from the north.

Route 4: North side access.

From County Road (the new loop from Airport Road), take North Fairway Road. This provides access to the north side of campus for the golf course, Student Rec Center, and Beasley Coliseum.

Route 5: Rogers Orton.

From State Route 270 (Moscow Pullman highway) take Forrest Way, which can be used, along with Stadium Way to Olympia Ave., for access to the area around Rogers-Orton.

During the Stadium Way Closure, access to the Smith Center (CUE) and its parking area, will remain open from Grimes Way and the north end of Stadium Way.

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