For the week of Jan. 13, the tree removal project will need to close both lanes of Centennial from 9 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. The work on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday will be from Lawrence Hall of Science to approximately Grizzly Gate, closing Grizzly Gate between 9 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. The shuttle to the […]
Centennial Drive between the Lawrence Hall of Science and the Lab’s Strawberry Gate continues to be closed in both directions on weekdays from 9 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. for tree removal. Tree removal on this stretch of road will continue this week, with a slight possibility it continues into the week of Jan. 13. During […]
Due to construction in downtown Berkeley, the Downtown Berkeley BART shuttle stop will move to east side of Shattuck West, north of Center St, effective Monday, 1/6/20. The new stop location will be in place while construction continues for the next 4-6 weeks.
Due to tree work on Centennial Drive, Grizzly Gate will be closed weekdays from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. The closure will be in place for the next 10 days (dependent on weather and operational logistics). The gate will be open from 6 to 9 a.m. to enter the Lab and will reopen at 3:30 […]
Due to construction in downtown Berkeley, the Lab’s BART shuttle stop will move to the north side of Center west of Shattuck (past the Wells Fargo ATMs) as of Dec. 19. The temporary location will be in place for six to eight weeks.
A sweeper van will follow on the Blue route in the morning to pick-up any passengers who were not able to make it on the shuttle bus. The shuttles are filling more often, and when full, will display a “Shuttle Full” sign and bypass people standing at stops. The sweeper van will pick up those […]
One hundred parking spaces at Lawrence Hall of Science (LHS) are available to those holding Lab parking placards. Drivers can catch a shuttle on the new Upper Hill route that goes from the LHS parking lot to the cafeteria with stops after the shuttle enters at Grizzly Gate. Drivers can park in Tiers 1, 2, […]
1. Explore the shuttle routes….Blue, Orange, North Berkeley, Rockridge, Potter Street/JBEI, or the new Upper Hill. They all provide quick, convenient and free rides to the Lab. You can connect to the shuttle with BART, bike, scooter, skateboard, or your feet (but helmets for bike, scooter, and skateboard please, and no riding of scooter or […]
Lab shuttles and vans that are full will now display an Out of Service sign in the front to alert passengers that they won’t be stopping for them. You can use NextBus to see when the next shuttle will be at that stop. Riders should be prepared to show their Lab ID badge when boarding […]
All Lab shuttle routes, except for the new Upper Hill route that links to Lawrence Hall of Science, are now in the NextBus database. NextBus is a service that provides information on the Lab’s shuttles and other transportation providers and can send you alerts via text, email, or web browser when there are disruptions in […]