MADISON (WKOW) -- On Wednesday and Thursday more than 7,000 students will move into the dorms at UW-Madison.
Traffic is expected to be congested both Wednesday and Thursday. International students and housing employees moved into the dorms on Sunday. Now, other students can start moving into the dorms at 8:00 a.m. on Wednesday.
"Move-in is an intense but well-coordinated and exciting time of the year," says Mike Kinderman, Director of Residence Hall Facilities.
Traffic around all University Residence Halls will be extremely busy starting Wednesday morning. All lots near the residence halls will be used for temporary unloading during move-in.
Besides ongoing construction on Walnut Street and near the Memorial Union, motorists should be aware of this additional congestion on campus and expect some delays, including the following changes to traffic flow:
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