Photo of CSUEB Warren Hall with the connecting bridge to the library.

The connecting bridge (seen on far left) between Warren Hall and the CSUEB Library will be demolished starting on May 15. (Photo: @DJuanJr)

CSUEB's West Loop Road closed May 15 to July 17

  • May 14, 2013 4:00am

Reposting from CSUEB Facilities Development and Operations

Due to the impending demolition of the connector bridge between Warren Hall and the Library, West Loop Road will be closed to through traffic from May 15, 2013 to June 10, 2013 and from June 17, 2013 to July 17, 2013.  The one week opening is to accommodate commencement activities on campus.

Electronic signs have been posted on Harder Road and Carlos Bee Blvd advising drivers of these dates.  Parking Lot A will be accessible from the Carlos Bee Boulevard side, and Parking Lot B will be accessible from the Harder Road side.

Traffic on East Loop Road will not be impacted; it will remain open throughout the duration of the West Loop Road closure.

For more information, contact CSUEB Facilities at (510) 885-4444.

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