LEXINGTON, Ky. (Dec. 3, 2021) — UK HealthCare employees and visitors should expect delays while entering and exiting the Kentucky Clinic Garage (PS #3) on Saturday, Dec. 4. There may also be traffic delays on Huguelet Drive, just outside the entrance to the garage.
Contractors will be working in these areas to repair the pavement. This work is expected to take one day, weather permitting.
Flaggers will be on-site to assist, but limited traffic will be allowed into the garage. Instead, UK HealthCare administrators are asking patients, visitors and employees who would typically park in the Kentucky Clinic Garage on weekends to instead park in the UK HealthCare Garage (PS #8), starting after 4:30 p.m. Friday, Dec. 3. The UK HealthCare Garage is located at 110 Transcript Ave.
The main area affected by this work is highlighted in blue (see map), although a small section of Huguelet Drive (in orange) will be addressed at the same time on the University of Kentucky campus.
Visitor spaces in the exterior east section just outside the entrance to the garage (highlighted in green) will be temporarily unavailable.
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