Maps, Parking & Traffic.
Bellflower Boulevard Resurfacing Project
Thirty eight (38) parking spots on the east side of Bellflower Blvd. between Beach Drive and Atherton will be closed during Long Beach City construction starting November 27. Twenty five (25) spots will be permanently eliminated, with the remaining spots reopened after construction ends. The current construction continues with an estimated completion date of April 5, 2018. This Long Beach City project will provide bike lanes on Bellflower Boulevard and connect the street to the City’s larger bike network.
East Campus Drive Construction March 22 - June 8
The Campus-Wide Utility Infrastructure Project will impact East Campus Drive starting on Thursday, March 22.
The work at this location will primarily involve trenching and underground pipe operations at each segment identified in the East Campus Drive Work Phase map. Drivers in this area will experience intermittent traffic delays between the hours of 7 a.m.-4 p.m. Flaggers will direct traffic and maintain at least one lane of traffic at all times on East Campus Drive. Impact to pedestrian traffic will be negligible and only occur during infrequent trenching operations across sidewalks.
For additional questions or concerns, please contact PPFM Customer Service at (562) 985-4357 or PPFM-Customerservice@csulb.edu.
Parking Lot E11 Closure March 23 - April 1
As part of an ongoing campus-wide ADA upgrade project, the entrance to Parking Lot E11 (formerly Lot 4), as well as adjacent sidewalks along West Campus Drive, will be closed to vehicular and pedestrian traffic starting on Friday, March 23. This area will be closed throughout Spring Break and will reopen for use on Monday, April 2nd. The Lot E11 Closure map lists alternative accessible routes during construction operations and 49er Shops delivery routes. Please utilize nearby Parking Lots E1, E2 and E10 during construction operations.
Parking Lot G4 closed May 13 - August 17, 2018
Lot G4 will have major improvements during summer 2018 including new pavement, updated planters with drought tolerant landscape, energy efficient light poles, WiFi additions, and a new storm water treatment system. New sidewalks and a new crosswalk leading to Lot G4 will also be installed in front of the Japanese Garden. Temporary construction fencing will be installed the week of May 8-11, but the parking lot will remain open. The lot will officially close on Saturday, May 12, but will reopen for Residence Hall move-in day on Saturday, August 18.