Brigham Young University – Campus Unification Project

BYU recently met with Provo City officials and the Neighborhood Chairs to discuss the university’s plans for a three-phase redesign of Campus Drive. The redesign is part of BYU’s efforts to unify the campus and to create a safe, pedestrian-friendly environment with ample green space.  The first phase of this project will begin May 1, 2013, as BYU creates a pedestrian mall between the J. Reuben Clark Law School and the Wilkinson Student Center and coordinates with Provo City to improve the intersections along 9th East. Information about this campus unification project is provided below. Additional information can be found in this story in the Provo Daily Herald.

If you have any comments or questions please contact us at campusunificationproject@byu.edu

Provo City Council Neighborhood Meeting – January 29, 2013

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BYU Campus Unification Project – PowerPoint Presentation

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Campus Unification Plan- Phases

Campus Unification Plan- Phases

Campus Unification Plan- Completed

Campus Unification Plan- Completed

If you have any comments or questions please contact us at campusunificationproject@byu.edu

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