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Roadway Repair to Impact Traffic on Redondo Loop

The University of New Mexico’s (UNM) Physical Plant Department (PPD) will begin a roadway repair project on Redondo Drive the week of June 20, 2016.  The work will be performed from the northwest corner of Coronado Hall extending all the way to George Pearl Hall. The project will include milling and patching the existing asphalt, installation of concrete collars around utility valve boxes, an asphalt overlay, new pavement markings, and minor signage enhancements.

During the estimated four-week project, various lane closures and lane reductions will be required.  Barricades and directional signage will be provided and flagmen will be present to direct traffic as needed.

Crosswalks throughout the project will be closed at various times, however, there will be crosswalks available for use.  Access to the “A” and “R” parking lots, as well as the Cornell Parking structure, will also be briefly disrupted.  Alternative access will be provided at these times.

PPD is requesting the campus community to do its best to avoid the area if possible, and please follow all detour and pedestrian traffic signs. 

If you have any questions or concerns regarding the project, contact PPD Associate Director Willie West at (505) 277-0615 or Supervisor Juan Garcia at (505) 277-3272.

Redondo road project notice map
A four-week road project on Redondo Dr. begins week of June 20.