Summer Traffic Patterns Continue

As building, utility and infrastructure improvements associated with UConn200021st Century UConn and Next Generation Connecticut (NGC) continues this summer, traffic patterns on the following campus roads (as shown on this map) will be directly impacted:


  • Open to One-Way Construction & Local Traffic Only
    • No Thru Traffic, Follow Detour Signs
    • Beware of Pedestrian Crossings
  • No Access from Route 195 South
    • Enter campus at Discovery Drive (via Route 44)
  • No Access from Route 195 North
    • Enter campus at Bolton Rd or Mansfield Rd


  • Open to All Traffic, Including Construction Vehicles
  • Single Lane of Travel at Gampel Pavilion
    • Alternating Direction, Expect Delays


  • Open to Local Traffic Only
  • No Thru Traffic or Connection to Gilbert Road
    • Turn-Around at Dodd Center
  • On-Street Parking Reductions


  • Closed to Vehicular Traffic
    • Construction & Service Vehicles Only


  • Open to Local Traffic Only
    • Accessible Drop-Off Area for Theater Events


  • Open to Construction & Local Traffic Only
  • Single lane at Benton Museum
    • Alternating Direction, Beware of Pedestrians


  • Pedestrian Zone, Emergency Vehicles Only

Construction activities began mobilizing shortly after Commencement and will continue through this fall in many locations.  Changes to these temporary traffic patterns are not anticipated however updates will be announced and posted when conditions warrant.  Some delays approaching these areas should be expected.

We thank you for your patience and appreciate your understanding while we work to improve our campus facilities.

For more information, please contact Sean Vasington at

Evaluating the University of Connecticut Historic District

The University’s Campus Master Plan 2015-2035 (May 2015) includes a high-level summary of historic districts on the University of Connecticut, Storrs Campus. Appendix E of the Master Plan (Historic Preservation and Adaptive Reuse Plan) includes plan diagrams of building locations, summary assessments of condition, and recommendations on what to retain, renovate, or replace over the next 20 years. It is intended to assist the University with mitigation opportunities as well as potential revisions to the University of Connecticut Historic District boundary.

To implement the Master Plan over the next 20 years, numerous buildings, houses, and other resources that contribute to the Historic District may need to be documented, renovated, or even replaced. The purpose of this supplementary document (available here) is to enhance and update the Master Plan with additional guidelines and strategies for contributing resources, including both buildings and landscapes with historic importance. It focuses on documenting areas on the main campus within the University of Connecticut Historic District; however, the process and evaluation method may also apply to other University properties in the future.