You can view this online at: https://issuu.com/metrospublishinggroupltd/docs/metropol_dec_15th_complete_issue_fo?e=6998581%2F41684723
Many of you will have seen construction work is progressing on the Uni-Cycle Major Cycleway route along University Drive. The next stage of work is due to start tomorrow (15 December) and will see the current one-way system in place on University Drive extended.
- When extended the one-way system on University Drive, heading east towards Clyde Road, will be in place between the Health Centre pedestrian bridge (opposite the ICT car park) and Clyde Road. (See image below)
- A 20km/h speed limit will be in place through the one-way section for the duration of the works.
- There will continue to be no entry from Clyde Road onto University Drive.
- Two way traffic will remain on University Drive between Ilam Road and the Health Centre pedestrian bridge/ICT car park.
Car park access
- Vehicles coming from Clyde Road should continue to access the Clyde Car Park via Arts Road. Vehicles exiting the Clyde Car Park onto University Drive will not be able to turn right (towards Ilam Road) – left turn only towards Clyde Road.
- Access to the Law Car Park will be via Ilam Road and the west entrance/exit (near the Music building) only. The east entrance/exit (closest to Clyde Road) will be closed. Vehicles exiting the Law Car Park will not be able to turn right (towards Ilam Road) – left turn only towards Clyde Road.
- The footpath on the southern side of University Drive between the Health Centre bridge and Clyde Road will be closed.
- Please walk through campus via the signed detour route (see image below) or via Kirkwood Ave when heading east or west between Ilam and Clyde roads.
- Access across all three pedestrian bridges (UCSA, Health Centre and Recreation Centre) will remain open.
- There is no access to University Drive from Clyde Road. Please use Arts Road or Kirkwood Ave instead, or follow the pedestrian detour.
- When heading east (towards Clyde Road), cyclists can use the one-way system in place along University Drive.
- Cyclists travelling between Ilam and Clyde roads (in either direction) can use Arts Road or Kirkwood Ave, or detour through campus.
Please take care when travelling through these areas – slow down, follow onsite signage and look out for others.
These changes are expected to be in place until early February when the project is completed, and the next stage of work on University Drive is expected to start on 9 January. Further information will be provided before the next stage starts – keep an eye out for further updates on Intercom.
More information about the Uni-Cycle route is available on the Christchurch City Council website.
*Note – this update replaces a previous Uni-Cycle update posted on 9 December.
UC academics have been involved in many of the top Science stories of 2016, from the Kaikoura quakes to the Ross Sea protected area, climate change, driverless cars, and gravitational waves (and UC’s amazing Emeritus Professor Roy Kerr), Rocket Lab and sugar labelling.
Here’s the media’s full list of the top 2016 Science stories – nationally and internationally: www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11766044
Information Technology Services and Campus Services have formed a group responsible for printing services for the University of Canterbury. The members of the group are Clive Keylard, Shona van Ee, John Todd, Malcolm Smeaton, Simon White and representatives from Ricoh (our preferred printer supplier).
All requests for new, upgrades, moves and removal of printers will be reviewed by this group.
If you have any requests for a change in printing services please use the Self Service portal (click on Log a Request -> IT Services -> 08 Print & Copy Services -> then select the appropriate form) or call the IT Service Desk for assistance.
Stephen (Stephanie) Burt, Professor of English at Harvard and Canterbury Fellow at UC for the summer term 2016-17, will discuss the transgender experience in a free event entitled ‘Transgender Literature (and Life) – an introduction and conversation.’
Steph will explore the topic with UC Lecturer Karen Saunders at the Shilling Club on 14 December.
Date: Wednesday 14 December 2016,
Location: The Shilling Club, Ilam Campus, University of Canterbury