Ann Arbor Road Construction Closures

Are you wondering about Ann Arbor Road Construction Closures? We have details on current and upcoming closures.

Ann Arbor Construction Road Closures

With projects by the City of Ann Arbor, Washtenaw County, other cities and townships, and MDOT, it can be difficult to find one source that lists all of the closures.

Our list below focuses on complete road closures.

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Current Projects

Ann Arbor

West Summit St – through October 25

West Summit St is being resurfaced between Brooks and North Main. The closure begins Tuesday, October 15 and lasts through Friday, October 25.

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East Ann Street – One Day – October 12

East Ann St is closed on Saturday October 12 from 8a-4p. The closure is from North Fifth to North Division.

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Traverwood Dr – through October 18th

Southbound Traverwood is closed between Plymouth Rd & Huron Parkway through October 18. One lane will be open on Northbound Traverwood. Pedestrian Traffic will be maintained.

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William Street – through October 20th

Westbound William Street is closed between Division and Main through October 20, 2019. The resurfacing work is part of a larger project adding a protected bike lane on the north (westbound) side.

Pedestrian traffic will be maintained on one side of the street.  

Check out information on the Grand Opening of the William Street Bikeway.

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Hoover, Greene & Hill – Through November 15th

The Hoover, Greene and Hill Improvement Project continues with road closures on:

  • Hill St: between Division and Main
  • Fifth Street: at Hill St.
  • Greene Street: between Hoover and Hill

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Broadway Street – Through November 1st

Broadway St near Plymouth is closed near Plymouth. Local traffic will be maintained with a small area of total closure moving southward during the project.

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Pittsfield Township

Ann Arbor-Saline Rd – October

Ann Arbor-Saline Rd in Pittsfield Township will be closing for concrete repair in October 2019. This will necessitate total road closure in two phases. The goal is to start on October 7 and have both phases complete by October 25.

Phase 1 will start on October 7th and will be between Lohr Rd and Oak Valley Road. They goal is to finish Phase 1 in two weeks. The Phase 2 closure will be between Lohr Rd and the I-94 ramps.

The goal is to have the road completely open on days of home Michigan football games. Hopefully the weather will cooperate and make for a quick repair and minimal repair times.

Get the details from the Washtenaw County Road Commission.

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Ypsilanti

Grove Rd Ypsilanti – through end of October

Grove Rd in Ypsilanti is closed between Margarita St and Harris Rd. The closure has been extended to last through the end of October.

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Chelsea

Main St Chelsea – through October 12

Southbound Main St in Chelsea is closed from Middle Street to US 12. The closure is scheduled to last through October 12.

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York Township

Ridge Rd York Township- Through end of October

The intersection of Ridge Road and Hack Road in York Township is closed. They are improving the intersection. The closure runs through the end of October.

Saline-Milan Rd York Township – Through end of October

Saline-Milan Rd is closed between Judd Rd and Willis Rd. They are replacing a bridge. The closure runs through the end of October.

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Future Projects

There are several projects planned for later this fall and next spring.

Ann Arbor

Barton Drive – April-November 2020

Barton Drive will be closed for resurfacing, water main replacement, and possible sidewalk construction. The closure will run from the M-14 ramps to Pontiac Trail. It is tentatively scheduled for April-November of 2020.

Get the details from the City of Ann Arbor Engineering Deptarment.

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