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The City of Fairfax will begin work to replace the bridge on Chain Bridge Road (Route 123) over Accotink Creek (at Rust Curve) on or around Tuesday, April 1, 2014, weather permitting. The bridge replacement is necessary to improve public safety for drivers, pedestrians and bicyclists. Construction will continue through August 2014.
Currently access restrictions have been made to Kenmore Drive, which are necessary for the water main relocation and replacement of temporary bridging required as part of the above project.
For more information on the project, click here. A map of the detour can be viewed here. If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow @MasonParking on Twitter for other updates on event parking and traffic.
The Center for the Arts Concert Hall (red block shown in map above, and below) is located on the Fairfax campus of George Mason University, six miles west of Beltway exit 54, at the intersection of Braddock Rd. and Route 123. Click the map above to search the map by venue or building name.Physical Address for the Concert Hall:
4373 Mason Pond Dr, Fairfax, VA 22030
GPS Coordinates for the Concert Hall:
77°18'34"W, 38°49'45"N (decimal equivalent: -77.309643 , 38.8292359)
More information about how to get to George Mason and a layout of the campus can be found at the following:
For a nominal fee, the Mason Pond Parking Deck, just north of the Concert Hall on Mason Pond Drive, offers covered parking and a walkway to the Concert Hall. Free parking is only available in Lot K (located directly across the pond from the Concert Hall) when you are attending a Great Performances at Mason event at the Concert Hall (shown as the red block in the maps above and below).
As well, one can park in the Field House lots and utilize the George Mason University Parking Services' Pay & Display machine located across from the front door of the Field House to purchase a $3 daily permit (only valid in Lots M,O,P).
In a pinch, additional visitor parking is available utilizing the George Mason University Parking Services' Pay by Space machines in the 1st level of Rappahannock River Parking Deck (located on the north end of campus; a separate visitor entrance is located off Patriot Circle).
Harris Theatre, Black Box, and TheatreSpace events:For an hourly fee, the Sandy Creek and Mason Pond Visitor Parking Decks offer covered parking and a walkway to both the Concert Hall and Harris Theatre.
Name of locations from map above:
1. Harris Theatre (Just northeast of Mason Pond Parking Deck)
2. Black Box Theater (Behind the Concert Hall in the PAB)
3. TheatreSpace (Behind the Concert Hall in the PAB)
4. Mason Hall Atrium Gallery (On the ground floor of Mason Hall)
5. Fine Art Gallery (On the north end of the Art & Design Building)
6. Patriot Center
7. Center for the Arts Concert Hall (red block shown above)
Take Metro to the Center for the Arts!
Now you can take metro to the Center for the Arts seven days a week. Shuttles to the Fairfax campus leave the North side of the Vienna Metro station on the hour and half-hour. Shuttles from campus to the Vienna Metro station leave Mason Inn on the hour and half-hour and then stop on Patriot Circle near Mason Hall immediately after.
With convenient and frequent Mason Shuttle and CUE Bus services, getting to and from campus from the Vienna Metro station has never been easier. However, as with most schedules, the Holiday and Summer seasons can often mean limited schedules or service, or no service at all. Please allow enough travel time to ensure a timely arrival to campus. Visit shuttle.gmu.edu for more details about Mason’s shuttle service.
CUE Bus:The CUE Bus (fare-based) pick-up and drop-off location is on the north end of campus, just west of the Rappahannock River Parking Deck. The walk from this location to the Center for the Arts Concert Hall is approximately 7-10 minutes at a leisurely pace (and a great way to see more of the ever-growing Mason campus). The Mason Shuttle (free) offers stops next to the Rappahannock River Parking Deck, the Sandy Creek Parking Deck directly east of the Concert Hall (5 minute walk), and at the Recreation and Athletic Complex (RAC) just west of the Concert Hall (2 minute walk). Visit the Cue Bus website for more details about the CUe Bus schedule & service.
Plan your trip via Metro, Mason Shuttle and/or the CUE Bus by clicking on the respective links.