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Monday, August 14, 2006

Traffic Advisory Issued For Move-In Day Tuesday, August 24

SALISBURY, MD---Salisbury University Police have issued a traffic advisory on Camden Avenue between College Avenue and Pine Bluff Road from 7 a.m.-3 p.m. Thursday, August 24, as some 990 new students and their parents come to campus for Move-In Day.

“Due to increasing traffic problems experienced over the past several years, especially north of the College and Camden avenues intersection, we have met with local government officials and have tried to devise a plan to help things run more smoothly this year,” said Lt. Michael Nicolas of University Police.

At the Camden and College avenues intersection, all southbound traffic will be detoured to Route 13. Those wishing to enter Devilbiss and Blackwell Library parking lots on campus should turn from Route 13 onto Dogwood Drive.  Traffic will be directed northbound to those lots from the Dogwood Drive and Camden Avenue intersection.

Non-University northbound traffic on Camden Avenue from the Fruitland/Eden areas that morning also will be detoured onto Rt. 13 at the Dogwood Drive and Camden Avenue intersection.  To save time northbound traffic may want to detour onto Rt. 13 one intersection sooner, at Pine Bluff Drive, or use Riverside Drive until the detour ends at 3 p.m.  Traffic should be flowing normally by late afternoon.

For more information call University Police at 410-543-6222 or visit the SU Web site at www.salisbury.edu.



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