Service Advisories: Campus Transportation, Parking, & Traffic
Changes/additions to campus transportation services and traffic notices are posted here as needed for campus community and visitors. For the most up to date information, be sure to turn your radio to UB-Alert 1620 AM
Traffic & Parking
- North Campus Traffic Notice for Paving Putnam Way, 7/28 - 7/29
- On July 28, Putnam Way north side will be closed from Hadley Road to the intersection of Putnam Way at Baird Music Hall. Access will be available to emergency vehicles and deliveries. See map: PDF (557KB)
- On July 29, Putnam Way south side will be closed from the intersection of Putnam Way at Baird Music Hall to the Hadley Road exit. Access will be available to emergency vehicles and deliveries, north side will be open. See map: PDF (558KB)
We regret any inconvenience this interruption may cause. Should a situation exist where this would seriously restrict your ability to conduct business, please call one of the contacts listed below to discuss other options.
- Harry Clark, Project Manager, (716) 645-3347
- Gerald Ridler, Head Grounds Supervisor, (716) 481-6753
- Christopher Austin, Assistant Director, Parking & Transportation Services, (716) 645-3943
Please notify all units and or departments in your building or area that will be affected by this shutdown. For electrical shutdowns, be sure that all computer terminals in your area are turned off before the scheduled time to avoid problems.
For schedule updates/changes regarding this notice, please visit the Facilities page .
- None at this time.
About UB-Alert 1620 AM: UB'S Campus Advisory & Parking Radio Station
Where's the best place to park at UB? What entrance should you use during football games? Detoured by construction? Get around campus faster and easier by tuning to UB-Alert 1620 AM. UB now operates its own low-power advisory radio station, similar to the one used by the New York State Thruway Authority. UB-Alert 1620 broadcasts up to the minute messages regarding campus parking, transportation, special events and emergency situations, 24 hours a day. Messages can be heard in a five-mile radius of both campuses.
All messages must meet FCC guidelines and will be broadcast at the discretion of the Campus Advisory & Parking Team. Requests for alerts must be made at least two weeks in advance, except in the case of an emergency.