A lot of work is carried out on the entrance of the Zernike Campus. On both sides of the Zernikelaan the cycle paths are (almost) renewed.
Now the main road will be improve. This is done in two steps. The second step in particular has a lot of impact: long-term closure for car traffic between 15 July - 25 August.
From Monday 8 July until Saturday 13 July the ring road exit towards Paddepoel will be closed for car traffic. Also the Zonnelaan towards Paddepoel will be renewed.
Diversion for car traffic
Traffic will be diverted via the next ring road exit (De Hoogte).
Cyclists will still be able to use the cycle paths.
From Monday 15
July until Sunday 25 August the entrance to the Zernike Campus will be closed to car traffic. The entrance and exit roads of the ring road in the direction of Zernike will also be closed for this whole period.
The entrance and exit roads of the ring road in the direction of Paddepoel will be open to traffic.
Visitors to Yardenhuis, construction traffic and suppliers towards Nijenborgh 4
Traffic travelling to the Yarden crematory or Yardenhuis funeral home will have access via the ring road exit towards Zernike and Crematoriumlaan. Construction traffic for Feringa Building and Aletta Jacobshal and suppliers towards the RUG-hub at Nijenborgh 4 will also be able to use the ring road exit.
The road works are part of Upgrade Zernikelaan and will be carried out by Oosterhof Holman. The ring road exit will be widened to improve thoroughfare for traffic. The area under the ring road will be renovated and more clearly designed for bike and car traffic.
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