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ALERT: Traffic Flow Affected by Road Construction Project

From May-December 2019, 4th and 5th Streets will be reduced to one lane for a revitalization project to improve traffic flow, accessibility and lighting on Sinclair's Dayton campus.

See map below with a recommended alternate route to student and visitor parking in Lot A using the rear entrance on Mead Street.

More Info About Construction

Find more about where students can park, directions to campus, or contact us with questions.

 

Student Parking Lots Map: Student and Visitor Parking Areas are Lot B, E, J A, K, I, M, and F. Road and Building Construction Areas are on West 4th Street, West 5th Street, Building 10, and the plaza outside area by the Library. Follow Green Arrows to Student Garage A Rear Entrance to avoid the 4th and 5th street construction one lane roads.

 
 

Contact Us

Parking Lot A, First Floor
Parking Office Hours of Operation: Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
937-512-2397 | parking@sinclair.edu


Fourth and Fifth Street Construction Information

From May-December 2019, 4th and 5th Streets will be reduced to one lane for a revitalization project to improve traffic flow, accessibility and lighting on Sinclair's Dayton campus.

During construction, we recommend avoiding 4th and 5th streets when possible, and using the rear entrance on Mead Street to enter Lot A.

IMPORTANT

  • Students and employees are encouraged to enter the Lot A parking garage from the rear entrance off of Mead Street. Play Driving Video
  • 5th Street access to Lot D will remain open.
  • Access to Lot C (conference center) and Lot B will also remain open, as well as the Health Sciences Center dental clinic parking.
  • RTA bus service will be maintained throughout the project. More Info on RTA stops near Sinclair Campus

For questions or additional information about this project, please call the Sinclair Facilities Department at 937-512-3090. For questions regarding parking email parking@sinclair.edu.

Thank you in advance for your attention to the change in traffic flow. Please plan accordingly, as drive time may be affected during high volume periods in the day.

As always, your flexibility and patience as we continue work to update and improve our campus is much appreciated. Drive carefully.

FAQS

What is Sinclair’s plan to redevelop 4th and 5th Streets?

Sinclair's plan to redevelop 4th and 5th Streets includes making both streets more safe and friendly to pedestrian traffic coming from parking Garage A to the main campus.

As Sinclair works to improve Building 10 as the new Integrated Student Services Center, Building 10 will also become the front door to Sinclair. Guests will have a clear walkway to the new front door of Sinclair, across 4th and 5th Streets, from the main parking Garage A.

Redevelopment will be done to 4th and 5th Streets reducing the number of traffic lanes needed for pedestrian's to cross, adjacent sidewalks and property. Acres of asphalt and concrete will be removed, and more than 200 additional trees will be planted. The project also involves lowering the speed limit in affected areas to 25 miles per hour, establishing a single crosswalk between the Fifth Street garage and Building 10, enhancing the existing elevated pedestrian walkway, and narrowing or altering roadways to improve safety, traffic flow and aesthetics. Read more about the project on Dayton Business Journal.

Will my parking lot be open during construction?

Yes. All Sinclair parking lots will be open and access will remain as it normally is. 5th Street access to Lot D will remain open. Access to Lot C (conference center) and Lot B will also remain open, as well as the Health Sciences Center dental clinic parking.

However please plan accordingly, as drive time may be affected during high volume periods in the day as traffic goes to one lane on 4th and 5th Streets.

We recommended an alternate route to student and visitor parking in Lot A using the rear entrance on Mead Street.

Will parking for the Conference Center be effected?

Yes. The Conference Center Lot C parking will be open and access will remain as it normally is on 4th Street.

However please plan accordingly, as drive time may be affected during high volume periods in the day as traffic goes to one lane on 4th and 5th Streets.

How long will the construction last?

The City of Dayton's Water Main Replacement Project on Fourth and Fifth Streets through Dayton Campus will last for about 2 months.

Additionally, this work is in coordination with Sinclair’s plan to redevelop 4th and 5th Streets. The Sinclair project is scheduled to begin immediately after the completion of the city’s water main replacement project. Updates will be provided as appropriate.

I have a question about construction, who can I talk to?

For questions or additional information about this project, please call the Sinclair Facilities Department at 937-512-3090. For questions regarding parking, visit www.sinclair.edu/parking or email parking@sinclair.edu.

How can I avoid the construction?
See this map with a recommended alternate route to student and visitor parking in Lot A using the rear entrance on Mead Street or play driving video.
I have an appointment at the Health Sciences Center dental clinic. Where can I park during construction?

Access to all parking lots will remain open.

You can still park in the Health Sciences Center dental clinic guest parking off of Perry Street, or you can also use any Sinclair visitor or student parking lot free of charge.

Will the RTA bus stops still be available on 4th and 5th Streets?

Yes. RTA bus service will be maintained throughout the project, including the RTA stops at:

Route 8 & 19

  • 5th and Ludlow Street
  • 4th and Robert Drive

View RTA's Bus Map

Is the construction related to the boil advisory and water main break?

This work is a scheduled replacement project by the City of Dayton. It is not related to the recent water main break that happened mid February. Drinking water will not be affected during this project.

During construction will the water be safe to drink?
Yes. This work is a scheduled replacement project. It is not related to the recent water main break. Drinking water will not be affected during this project.