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Raynor Avenue Planned Closures for Utility Work
Chilled water upgrades along Henry Street and Raynor Avenue are progressing well and will begin to impact traffic on Raynor Avenue. Due to this utility upgrade work, Raynor Avenue between Stadium Place and Henry Street will be closed starting Monday, June 7, for approximately four weeks. Henry Street and Stadium Place will remain open to traffic during this time.
After the work reaches the intersection of Raynor Avenue and Stadium Place, there will be a closure of this intersection for approximately five days. This work is planned over a weekend to reduce traffic impact. Traffic headed north on Stadium Place toward Raynor Avenue will be able to turn right on Raynor Avenue during this closure. During this time, the Syracuse Veterans Affairs (VA) Medical Center and Irving Avenue garages will require entry only from Irving Avenue and exit only onto Stadium Place.
Once the above phase is complete, the work will continue east requiring the closure of Raynor Avenue between Stadium Place and Irving Avenue for approximately four weeks. At this point, Stadium Place will reopen to traffic. Utility work continues east requiring the closure of Irving Avenue at the Raynor Avenue intersection. Additional details regarding this closure will be communicated as information becomes available.
Campus Planning, Design and Construction (CPDC) will send updates regarding the work as it progresses if there are any changes. Please contact CPDC Project Manager Clinton Maloney at 315.440.8595 or firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or concerns. CPDC apologizes for any inconvenience this may cause and appreciates the campus community for accommodating these shutdowns to help improve the reliability and performance of our campus utilities.