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Library Road closure set for Sept. 29-Oct. 22

PULLMAN — On Monday, Sept. 29, there will be a Library Road closure.
This closure will affect the parking, pedestrian traffic and loading dock access in the area of campus where Kimbrough, Van Doren, Avery, and Bryan Hall intersect. Parking stalls in front of Kimbrough Hall and access to the loading dock of Kimbrough Hall will be closed. (See map below, to view a larger PDF version, click on the map.)
 
Pedestrian traffic moving to and from the core of campus to the transit area at the old Bookie will be routed to Hello Walk. If you are traveling from the transit area, use the sidewalk in front of Kimbrough Hall, cross the road to Avery Hall and enter Hello Walk thru the Avery breeze way. This pedestrian route will remain in effect until Oct. 22.
 
Loading dock access to Kimbrough Hall will be restored for full use by Oct. 15. Pedestrians and service personnel, please plan accordingly and in advance.
 
If you have any questions, concerns or special needs please contact Phil Wright, pbwright@wsu.edu, or James Stone, jmstone@wsu.edu, both with Capital Planning and Development.
 
(For a larger PDF version of the map below, click on the map, or here.)
 

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