Construction Disruptions

Event Parking Disruptions

Traffic Flow Affected Permit Holders Affected Location Project Expected End Date
Yes C, F36
  • 20th Street
  • Red River (between Clyde Littlefield & MLK)
  • Robert Dedman Dr. (between Red River & 20th St.)
  • Lot 80
Arena and Red River Realignment late fall 2019 - summer 2020
Yes   San Jacinto Blvd between MLK and 18th Capitol Complex Construction Project December 1, 2019
No A East Curb of San Jacinto Blvd near MLK   TBD

Arena and Red River Realignment Project

Beginning September 3, the north part of Lot 80 will be closed until summer 2020 for the Arena and Red River Realignment projects.

Beginning November 11, multiple areas on the southeast side of campus will be closed. Locations and their estimated closure time frames are as follows:

  • “C” spaces along both curbs of Robert Dedman Dr. will no longer be available.
  • 20th Street will be closed until the spring of 2020.
  • Red River Street will be narrowed to two lanes between Clyde Littlefield Dr. and Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. until late fall 2019.

    The Child Care Center that is located within the Steve Hicks School of Social Work Building (SSW) and the Texas Swim Center (TSC) will only be accessible from Robert Dedman Dr. until December 2019.

    We will continue to notify campus as these projects move forward.

    For more information about this project including details on pedestrian and bicycle access, see Capital Planning and Construction's New Multi-Purpose Arena and Red River Street Realignment Projects page.

    Capital Planning and Construction

    Capitol Complex Project Traffic Alert

    The following information is being provided on behalf of the Capitol Complex Construction Project.

    Please expect increased congestion along San Jacinto Blvd between MLK and 18th street starting Monday, September 23rd to Sunday, December 1, 2019 for utility construction related to the Capitol Complex Construction Project.

    Various intersection and street direction changes will occur during this timeframe.

    Additionally, several Capital Metro routes that travel along this corridor will also be rerouted due to the construction project.

    More information regarding this project can be found by visiting the Capitol Complex Construction Project site.

    Capitol Complex Construction Project

    Last updated on November 7, 2019, 4:20 pm