Traffic study to take place at entrances to campus

This announcement was emailed to students, faculty and staff on April 12 by Wake Forest Communications and External Relations:

During the week of April 16, Wake Forest’s Reynolda Campus will be conducting a traffic study that will occur at each entry to our campus.  Students, faculty, staff and visitors will find some temporary changes at the three entrances to campus throughout the week.

At each entrance, traffic coming onto campus will be divided.  Signs will direct visitors to use the right lane. All others will be directed to use the left lane.

Cones as well as signs will direct drivers to the appropriate lane.

For drivers leaving campus, there will no change in traffic flow.  The study will be focused, entirely, on those entering campus.

The study will be conducted from April 16 through April 22.

In part, the study is intended to understand the level of traffic flow at each entrance.