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McKinnon-Anderson Construction to Impact travel and parking on Las Lomas

December 8, 2016

UNM Parking & Transportation Services (PATS) would like to inform customers and UNM community members that because of scheduled construction of the McKinnon-Anderson building travel along Las Lomas between Yale and Stanford will be impacted.

In preparation for the work on the new McKinnon Center for Management building (Anderson School of Management aka ASM), construction fencing is scheduled to go up on the morning of Thursday, December 15, 2016. Effective Thursday, Dec. 15th east-west travel along Las Lomas through this area will be reduced to single lane(s) and along the north side of Las Lomas. Between 7:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. on Thursday the 15th and Friday the 16th, flaggers will assist traffic in getting through the affected area.From 5:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m. on the 15th and 16th and all day on Saturday the 17th — depending on weather conditions — Las Lomas will be closed to all traffic between the construction site and the Stanford intersection: please plan your travel route accordingly.

The change in the Las Lomas roadway will necessitate the removal of the parking spaces along the north side of Las Lomas and subsequent re-striping of parking spaces along the south side of Las Lomas into a diagonal configuration (between the McKinnon construction site and Yale). The re-striping activity, which is weather-dependent, is scheduled to occur on Saturday, December 17th and will remain in place for the duration of the construction project which is projected to take approximately 14 months. 

For C Reserved Permit Holders

UNM Parking & Transportation Services (PATS) would like to inform C Reserved permit holders in the vicinity of Anderson School of Management, that due to scheduled construction of the McKinnon-Anderson building Reserved parking along Las Lomas between Yale and Stanford will be reconfigured.

In preparation for the work on the new McKinnon Center for Management building, construction fencing is scheduled to go up on the morning of Thursday, December 15, 2016.
Effective Thursday, Dec. 15th east-west travel along Las Lomas through this area will be reduced to single lane(s) along the north side of Las Lomas. The change in the Las Lomas roadway will necessitate the removal of the parking spaces along the north side of Las Lomas and subsequent restriping of parking spaces along the south side of Las Lomas into a diagonal configuration (between the McKinnon construction site and Yale). The restriping will provide you with a reserved space close to your original reserved location.

December 15, 2016 - December 18,2016:
During the restripe activity (Dec 15-18), Reserved permit holders (individual and departmental) will be able to park in the Yale parking structure in one of the regular permitted parking spaces located on levels 3 and above. Please remember that your Reserved parking permit must be displayed in your vehicle!

December 19, 2016 – the end of ASM construction:
Once complete, the Las Lomas restriping will remain in place for the duration of the ASM construction project which is projected to take approximately 14 months. Attached is a map detailing the location of Reserved spaces temporarily displaced by construction. Your Reserved location on this map will be your parking space from December 19, 2016 until ASM construction is complete and the construction fencing is removed.

Please call UNM PATS if you have any questions.

Temporary Shuttle Stops

Redondo route's President's House and Hospital shuttle stops along Las Lomas will be temporarily affected by the constructions project especially on Dec. 15 and Dec. 16 after 5:00 p.m. when the street is closed to through traffic.

President's House stop customers may board or be dropped off at the Duck Pond stop. Hospital shuttle stop will be moved farther east from its current location.

Plaese click here for a map of the construction site.

We apologize in advance for any inconvenience. To ensure everyone’s safety, please use caution when in the area and be mindful of the workers that are on-site. Please call UNM PATS at 277-1938 if you have any questions.