Utility work on the Natalie L. Haslam Music Center will result in road closures, traffic lane reductions, and detours during the first two weeks of July. Starting July 4, westbound traffic on Volunteer Boulevard in front of the music center construction site will be reduced to one lane. A section of Pat Head Summitt Street
Sections of Estabrook Road and Tee Martin Drive next to Neyland Stadium have been closed due to damage from the storm that passed through Knoxville on June 21.
Estabrook Road will be closed from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. today, June 7, to accommodate electrical work behind Dougherty Engineering Building. Traffic exiting the area during these hours will need to take Tee Martin Drive around Neyland Stadium back to Phillip Fulmer Way.
Beginning Monday, Dec. 13, utility work on campus will result in road closures and lane restrictions. Portions of Chamique Holdsclaw Drive, Phillip Fulmer Way and Estabrook Road will close throughout the week for utility and electrical work.
Volunteer Boulevard from Lake Loudoun Boulevard to Pat Head Summitt Street will close from 7 a.m. to noon on Saturday, Oct. 16, to accommodate construction of the Natalie L. Haslam Music Center.
Repair work along the western side of the UT Conference Center building in downtown Knoxville has closed a portion of sidewalk along Henley Street. The sidewalk along the western side of the building is closed, but all lanes of traffic on Henley Street are open.
Lane restrictions on Cumberland Avenue between 16th Street and James Agee Street have been extended to run through this weekend. The lane closures were originally scheduled to end at 7 p.m., Thursday, May 20, and to resume at 7 a.m., Monday, May 24. Sewer system upgrades in the area necessitate work through the weekend.
Estabrook Drive will close and portions of Cumberland Avenue and Neyland Drive on the UT Knoxville campus will be reduced to one lane each way this week.
UT Knoxville has made plans to welcome more than 20,000 fans for the popular jam band Phish, who will perform at 7:30 p.m., Wednesday, June 10, in Thompson Boling Arena. The sold-out concert will bring more than 20,000 guests to campus, affecting traffic and parking.