Tag Archives: traffic

Electrical system gets updated on campus

  Students and faculty can expect construction and closures throughout campus for the rest of the school year as Fresno State works toward upgrading its entire electrical infrastructure. Project manager Rodney Gleghorn explained that there will be new electrical upgrades ...

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The square at campus pointe opens for business

The Square at Campus Pointe officially opened during the summer bringing new life to the northeast corner of Shaw and Chestnut avenues. The grand opening ceremony which was held July 15 inaugurated five of its new establishments; Cold Stone Creamery, ...

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Parking: new semester, same old story

It’s 7:45 am on a Tuesday morning with cars backed up Shaw Avenue past Dog House Grill. For most commuters, individual levels of traffic are like variables; they can depend on weather, geographical area and, of course, parking. However, for ...

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Fallen CHP officers’ memorial scheduled at Save Mart Center

Heavy traffic expected surrounding Save Mart Center throughout the day

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The other side of Fresno State football

Thursday‘s home opener created traffic nightmare with classes in session I was so happy when the Bulldogs football team beat Rutgers 52-51 on Thursday. The sad part is, I was happy because the end of game meant the huge campus traffic ...

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Solving the Parking Puzzle: Students resort to to tactics in scramble for parking spaces

In the daily struggle for parking at Fresno State, students resort to creative but risky tactics to secure a spot for their car.

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The fallen ‘City of Angels’

Less than 24 hours ago, I was riding shotgun in my friend’s silver Hello Kitty-themed Honda en route to the City of Angels. With our windows down and spirits high, we shamelessly butchered every Bryan McKnight song in her stone-aged ...

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Traffic Alert – Jan. 18-19

Heavy traffic is expected around campus during the first week of the semester. Caltrans has announced that the westbound Highway 168 off-ramp at Shaw Avenue will be closed Wednesday and Thursday (Jan. 18-19) from 8:30 a.m. - 3 p.m.

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Traffic alert for Friday Oct. 7

In preparation for traffic and parking needs for Friday's football game at 6 p.m., campus traffic will be rerouted beginning at 3 p.m. as follows

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Traffic advisory

Heavy event traffic in the Save Mart Center and Fresno State area from 5:30p.m. – 8:00p.m. tonight.

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Save Mart Center traffic fiasco

The Save Mart Center’s “Get Motivated” event caused some chaos for Fresno State students and staff.

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Traffic alert for Wednesday, February 15

On Wednesday, February 15, due to an event at the Save Mart Center the North Lot will be closed to overflow student parking and there will be heavy traffic congestion along Shaw, Chestnut and Woodrow Avenues.

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Asphalt repair to slow Campus Drive traffic

Patching of asphalt along San Ramon at Campus Drive will slow traffic on Campus Drive today, reducing the road to one lane.

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Construction puts strain on campus traffic

The lanes of Shaw avenue were congested this week after the City of Fresno began a construction project in front of California State University, Fresno.

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Road work near campus continues

Grinding and repaving work on Shaw Avenue will continue tonight as crews begin work on eastbound Shaw Avenue.

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City of Fresno road work near campus will continue for 10 days

The city of Fresno is continuing its grinding and repaving work on Shaw Avenue between Highway 168 and Blackstone Avenue.

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Save Mart Center’s north lot closed

Save Mart Center's North Lot will be closed for overflow student parking Thursday, October 15th due to an event at the Save Mart Center.

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Ready to enter the drivers’ battlefield

Shaw is a battlefield—fellow drivers cut you off when it’s time to merge and as you approach campus, pedestrians walk against the light, causing the tailgating jerk behind you to honk his horn.

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