New traffic pattern in place at Brewbaker complex of schools - WSFA.com Montgomery Alabama news.

New traffic pattern in place at Brewbaker complex of schools

Changes are coming for traffic at Brewbaker schools. Maps included in story. Changes are coming for traffic at Brewbaker schools. Maps included in story.
MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) -

As the new school year nears, leaders with the Montgomery Public School System want to make sure traffic flows smoothly, especially at the Brewbaker complex of schools where the traffic pattern has changed.

Signs are now in place to make it easy for drivers to get to their destinations on the campus where vehicles will now enter through the west drive instead of the east.

The 4,000 parents, students, staff, and visitors who make their way onto the campus each day will also notice that all roads around the complex have been resurfaced.

[DOCUMENT: Brewbaker Elementary/Intermediate circulation map (.pdf)]

[DOCUMENT: Brewbaker Middle traffic circulation map (.pdf)]

[DOCUMENT: Brewbaker Tech/Magnet High traffic circulation map (.pdf)]

In the coming weeks a new traffic light will also be added to the entrance.

MPS officials say those parents who need to leave their cars to go into the schools will have to park in designated areas and will not be allowed to leave their cars in the drop off lines.

During the first few days of school, officers will be stationed at the entrance and at key points on campus to provide assistance to drivers learning the new route.

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