Volunteer Boulevard and Melrose Ave (near Tyson Alumni House) will be impacted by road closures and detours the week of July 9-15. This will also affect the entrance to Dunford, Henson, and Greve the horseshoe driveway.
Melrose Ave closed in front of Tyson Alumni House
Access to Dunford, Henson, and Greve only via Cumberland and Volunteer
Volunteer Blvd closed from Cumberland to Dunford – enter via south entrance to horseshoe driveway
Melrose Ave in front of Tyson Alumni House open for 2 way traffic to access Dunford, Henson, and Greve
Click below for the 2 different images of access during this part of construction
Safe way to cross campus during construction
If you are on the west side of campus near Fred Brown and Hodges Library take the pedestrian mall to the walkway between McClung Tower and HHS. Head south toward intersection of Peyton Manning Pass & Volunteer Blvd (southeast corner) and proceed down Peyton Manning Pass to Phillip Fulmer Way. Turn left onto Fulmer and Student Union will be straight ahead, Alumni Memorial Building will be on right and above and to the right will be The Hill.
Wednesday, June 6th at 7:30 pm (originally listed at 7pm)
Parking areas open at 4:00 pm
(GPS address for arena 1600 Phillip Fulmer Way)
What happens when you combine road closures, construction and a concert – a challenge…
UT Parking and Transit recommends different options to enter campus based on your parking:
Premium Parking (prepaid in advance): Enter campus from Cumberland Ave and Phillip Fulmer Way OR Neyland Dr and Lake Loudoun Blvd.
Regular $10 Event Parking: Enter campus from Neyland Dr to Joe Johnson to Volunteer Blvd OR Neyland Dr to the G10 parking lot next to the arena (this way you avoid the light at Lake Loudoun Blvd.
Note: Two temporary road closures
- Volunteer Blvd is closed near Hodges Library and Haslam Business for Streetscape Renovation Project.
- One block of Pat Head Summitt St between Andy Holt Ave and Volunteer Blvd (street between Tom Black Track and Natalie Haslam Music Ctr)
Tickets are still available for the June 6th show at www.knoxvilletickets.com and 865-656-4444 10 am to 5 pm.
As the Volunteer Boulevard Streetscape project proceeds, the intersection of pedestrian walkway and Volunteer Boulevard will be closed from June 1 to mid August. Please review map for suggested pedestrian routes.
Here are the highlights:
Page 1: Campus construction – updated from last month, reminder of Vol Blvd closure starting June 1, current construction
Page 2: June calendar, Summer permits required, Fall permits on sale
Page 3: T bus and KAT Trolley summer service map and route impacted by Vol Blvd closure
Please distribute Cone Zone Map to your guests, camp attendees, conference visitors – https://parking.utk.edu/wp-content/uploads/sites/49/2018/05/221298-Summer-2018-CZ-Parking-Map-FINAL2.pdf
$5 Daily visitor parking permits available at Circle Park booth OR Parking & Transit Services (2121 Stephenson Dr)
Final reminder – Summer permits must be displayed for all students on campus whether you are taking classes or working on campus
For more information see this post: https://parking.utk.edu/2018/05/30/summer-parking-permits-required/
Thousands of guests will be welcomed at UT Knoxville starting June 4th with the initial summer camps beginning at UT.
Please provide to attendees the Cone Zone Map to assist in navigating campus
$5 Daily visitor parking permits available at Circle Park booth OR Parking & Transit Services (2121 Stephenson Dr). The parking staff will recommend parking options based on activities throughout campus.
Who will be on campus and when
The monthly calendar will help you know which group in on campus.
Reminder summer permits are required for students on campus in the summer whether working or attending classes.