Power Road Improvement Plan advances to next stage


October 11, 2013

ASU Polytechnic campus commuters are encouraged to familiarize themselves with the latest changes to Power Road and Williams Field Road alignment and access, as the Power Road Improvement Plan advances into its next phase.

The following changes are effective as of 5 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 10: Download Full Image

Northbound Power Road

• Traffic transitions onto the new northbound alignment at Verona Avenue.

• There is a single lane northbound to the new intersection of Williams Field Road and Power Road.

• There are two lanes north of Williams Field Road over the new bridge and continuing north to Galveston Street.

Southbound Power Road

• Southbound Power Road traffic remains on the old Power Road alignment south of Galveston.

• Businesses south of Oakland Court only are allowed to turn south on Power Road, as access to northbound Power Road no longer is available.

• Traffic shifts into the left turn lane at Williams Field Road so that construction can begin on the southbound Power Road roadway improvements.

Williams Field Road

• Eastbound and westbound Williams Field Road traffic access northbound Power Road at the new traffic signal located east of the southbound Power Road traffic signal.

• To guide motorists to access northbound Power Road, additional signage (including variable, electronic message boards) is in place.

Questions about this current phase of the project and its associated restrictions, or about any portion of the Power Road Improvement Plan, can be directed to City of Mesa Engineering Public Relations at 480.644.3800 or visit this website.

Shereen Shaw, Shereen.Saurey@asu.edu
480.727.7053
ASU Business and Finance

Wendy Craft

Marketing and communications manager, Business and Finance Communications Group

480-965-6695

Event to discuss what's at stake in immigration reform


October 11, 2013

Professor Hiroshi Motomura will discuss “What’s at Stake in Comprehensive Immigration Reform? Legalization, Amnesty and the Rule of Law” at 5:30 p.m., Oct. 24 at Armstrong Hall, room 116 on ASU's Tempe campus.

Motomura is the Susan Westerberg Prager Professor of Law at the University of California, Los Angeles. He has served as an immigration expert in the U.S. Congress and is the author of “Americans in Waiting: The Lost Story of Immigration and Citizenship in the United States.” He is co-author of “Immigration and Citizenship: Process and Policy” and “Forced Migration: Law and Policy.” His most recent book is “Immigration Outside the Law,” which will be published in 2014. Download Full Image

He has testified as an immigration expert in the U.S. Congress, served as co-counsel or a volunteer consultant in several cases in the U.S. Supreme Court and the federal appeals courts, and has been a member of the American Bar Association’s Commission on Immigration. 

The event is sponsored by the Institute for Humanities Research, the Center for Law and Global Affairs, the School of Transborder Studies, the School of Social Transformation and the T. Denny Sanford School of Social and Family Dynamics in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. RSVPs may be sent to cflaga@asu.edu.