ANN ARBOR, MI — There are a handful of construction projects in Washtenaw County that could impact invert times, trade and highway closures this week.
St. Francis Drive: The highway commencement during East Stadium Boulevard using 200 feet south toward Medford Road will be totally assigned by construction crews that are completing a H2O categorical transfer. The devise will start during 7 a.m. on Monday, Oct. 17, until 5 p.m. Friday, Oct. 21.
Southbound St. Francis Drive trade will highway south onto Brockman Boulevard, easterly on Winchell Drive and behind to St. Francis Drive. Another highway that southbound trade can follow involves roving easterly on East Stadium Boulevard, south on Manchester Road, west on Medford Road and afterwards behind to St. Francis Drive.
Any northbound trade will highway west on Winchell Drive, north onto Brockman Boulevard, easterly on East Stadium Boulevard and afterwards behind to St. Francis Drive. An swap highway will take trade easterly on Medford Drive, north on Manchester Drive, west on Washtenaw Avenue, west on East Stadium Boulevard and afterwards behind to St. Francis Drive.
Construction will take place between approximately 7 a.m. and 5 p.m. during a work week with continue permitting. Local entrance to businesses and driveways will be confirmed during all times.
South Maple Road: The highway between Commerce Boulevard and Pauline Boulevard will knowledge a line closure starting during 9 a.m. Monday, Oct. 17.
Road correct work will take place in a southbound line of South Maple Road and means southbound trade to change into a left spin lane. The line closure will be in place 24 hours a day for a generation of a work that is approaching to finish during 5 p.m. Nov. 4.
Platt Road and Canterbury Roads: Platt Road between Washtenaw Avenue and Canterbury Road, along with Canterbury Road between Hampshire Road and Platt Road, will see full transport closures for construction.
Installation of application mains will take place opposite all lanes of Platt Road between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m. during any weekday a closure is in effect, that is approaching to be Wednesday, Nov. 9.
Southbound Platt Road trade will highway easterly on Washtenaw Avenue, south on South Huron Parkway and afterwards lapse to Platt Road. Northbound trade will highway north on South Huron Parkway, west on Washtenaw Avenue and afterwards lapse to Platt Road.
Traffic roving west on Canterbury Road will highway southwest on Hampshire Road, south on Chesterfield Drive and afterwards easterly on Packard Road behind to Platt Road.
Northbound closure of Main Street during Miller Avenue intersection: Northbound Main Street is sealed during a Miller/Catherine intersection, and doesn’t devise to free until 5 p.m. Monday, Oct. 17.
All vehicles roving north on Main Street will highway west on Ann Street, north on Ashley Street and afterwards easterly on Kingsley Street behind to Main Street. During this project, southbound Main Street will sojourn open.
Currently, Miller/Catherine during Main Street is also sealed from Division to First Street. Local businesses devise to stay open and permitted during this work.
South University Avenue and East University Avenue: South University Avenue between Church Street and East University Avenue, along with East University Avenue between South University Avenue and Willard Street, is saying application construction for a new 13-story high-rise building.
The executive is installing application leads via all lanes on South University Avenue and by a northbound line on East University Avenue.
Westbound South University Avenue trade will highway south on Church Street, to Hill Street, north on Tappan Street and afterwards behind to South University Avenue.
Those roving easterly on South University Avenue will highway south on East University Avenue, easterly on Hill Street, north on Church Street and afterwards behind to South University Avenue. Northbound East University trade can entrance South University Avenue by Tappan Street or Church Street.
Construction will take place from 7 a.m. and 5 p.m. during any weekday, and transport closures will stay in place during a generation of construction work, that is approaching to be Monday, Oct. 24.
West Madison Street: The highway between South Ashley and South Main streets will see a line closure and change until 5 p.m. Feb. 28, as a new building is assembled during a southwest dilemma of South Main and West Madison streets. The work requires a organisation to take over a eastward by line of West Madison Street.
The line closure is in outcome 24 hours a day during a project. Eastbound West Madison Street trade will change into a left spin line during a South Main Street intersection.
Miller Avenue and First Street: The Miller Avenue and First Street intersection will see line closures as partial of a Miller/Catherine Street Improvement Project. Eastbound Miller Avenue and southbound First Street during a intersection of Miller and First will tighten to traffic.
Vehicles travelling south on First Street will highway south on Ashley Street, afterwards west on Ann Street and go behind to First Street. Vehicles roving easterly on Miller Avenue will highway south on Seventh Street, easterly on Huron Street, north on Division Street and afterwards behind to Catherine Street.
Construction is approaching to be finished by 5 p.m. Friday, Oct. 21. Local businesses will continue to be accessible, and internal trade will continue to have entrance to First Street by a northbound lane. Miller/Catherine streets will also be permitted to internal westbound traffic.
Miller/Catherine Street from First Street to Division Street: The area will be sealed to by trade until 5 p.m. Nov. 4, for a Miller/Catherine Street Improvement Project, that includes a designation of a H2O main, charge and cesspool and apart bikeway.
Vehicles pushing west on Catherine Street will highway north on Division Street, west on Kingsley Street and south on Fifth Avenue to Huron Street. Once a cars strech Huron Street, they will transport west and afterwards north on First Street behind to Miller Avenue.
People travelling easterly on Miller Avenue will highway south on First Street, easterly on Huron Street and north on Division Street behind to Catherine Street.
Glen Avenue from Catherine Street to East Ann Street: The western southbound line of Glen Avenue, a left spin line of eastward East Ann Street west of Glen Avenue and a right spin line of eastward Catherine Street west of Glen Avenue will be assigned while a new building is being constructed.
These lanes will be sealed for a generation of a devise that is slated to to finish during 5 p.m. Nov. 1, 2024.
Traffic is being confirmed in both directions on Glen Avenue and Catherine Street. Plans are for eastward trade to be confirmed on East Ann Street for a generation of a line closures.
Events heading to transport closures:
University of Michigan home football games will impact some Ann Arbor streets on Oct. 29, Nov. 12 and Nov. 19.
Some streets are sealed effective 3 hours before a diversion to a finish of that game.
Affected streets embody East Keech Street between South Main and Greene streets, that will tighten and extent entrance to parking assent holders on Greene Street from East Hoover to Keech streets.
The westbound right spin line on East Stadium Boulevard, south of a Michigan Stadium, will close.
South Main Street will tighten to both internal and by trade from Stadium Boulevard to Pauline Boulevard.
Main Street Area Ann Arbor Social District: Each week from 4 p.m. to 11 p.m. Thursday to Sunday a following streets are sealed for a Main Street Area Social District:
- Main Street from William to Huron
- 4th Avenue from William to Huron
- Washington Street from Ashley to 5th Avenue
- Liberty Street from Ashley to 5th Avenue
- Ashley Street from Liberty Street to Washington Street
2022 downtown Ann Arbor transport closures: The following streets will be sealed from 4 p.m. Thursdays to 6 a.m. Mondays between May 5 and Oct. 31:
- Main Street from William to Washington
- West Liberty Street from Ashley to Main
- East Liberty Street from Main to Fourth
- West Washington Street from Ashley to Main
To keep adult with highway and line closures in Ann Arbor, revisit a city’s website.
OTHER AREAS IN WASHTENAW COUNTY:
McKinley Road: The highway between Cooper Ridge Drive and Waterloo Road will knowledge few line closure until Sunday, Oct. 23, for limestone resurfacing.
Huron River Drive: The highway between Brass Creek Drive and North Territorial Road will face a daytime closure from Friday, Oct. 7, to Friday, Oct. 28.
North Territorial Road: The highway between Hellner Road and Whitmore Lake Road will face few line closure from until Sunday, Oct. 30, for assent work to implement a left spin lane.
Crane Road: This highway between Textile Road and US-12 will have a line closure until mid-November for spotless installation.
Lohr Road: The highway between Oak Valley Drive and Ann Arbor-Saline Road will face line restrictions from Sunday, Oct. 23, to Sunday, Oct. 30, for highway resurfacing.
Intersection of Golfside Road and Packard Road: The intersection will face a line closure until Friday, Oct. 28, for application replacement.
Huron River Drive: The transport between Zeeb Road and Delhi Road will knowledge few line and shoulder closures until mid-December for non-motorized pathway construction.
Washburne Road: The highway between Sharon Hollow Road and Sylvan Road will knowledge few line closures during a week of Oct. 17 for sand resurfacing.
Harris Road: The highway between MacArthur Boulevard and Geddes Road will be sealed until Nov to implement a left spin lane. A highway map can be found here.
Cavanaugh Lake Road: The highway between Pierce Road and a city of Chelsea will face a highway closure until Friday, Oct. 21, for highway resurfacing. A highway map can be found here.
Harris Road: The highway between Melvin Street and Wingate Boulevard will face daytime line closure for a DTE gas devise until November.
Harmon Avenue: The highway between Crittendon Avenue and George Avenue will knowledge daytime line closures for a DTE gas line deputy devise until November.
U.S. 12 and M-17: These highways will knowledge some few line and shoulder closures until late Oct as trade vigilance work is being completed.
Tuttle Hill Road: The highway between Martz Road and Huron River Drive will knowledge a line closure until Oct 28 for highway resurfacing work. For some-more information, revisit Washtenaw County Road Commission’s press release.
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