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|I-275 Corridor Improvements, Wayne County|
Start: March 2010 End: July 2010
What we are doing:
- An $11 million investment to repair 16 bridges on I-275 between the Wayne/Monroe county line (Will Carleton Road) and Huron River Drive in Ash Township, Huron Township and Romulus.
- Included in the work is pavement repair on northbound and southbound I-275 between Will Carleton Road and Northline Road.
- Bridges include:
- Will Carleton Road over I-275
- Willow Road over I-275
- South Huron Road over I-275
- Southbound I-275 over Metro Park Trail
- Northbound I-275 over Metro Park Trail
- Huron River Drive over I-275
- Sibley Road over I-275
- Pennsylvania Road over I-275
- Eureka Road over I-275
- Southbound I-275 over Northline Road
- Northbound I-275 over Northline Road
- Southbound I-275 over CSX Railroad
- Northbound I-275 over CSX Railroad
- Southbound I-275 over Ozga/Huron River Drive
- Northbound I-275 over Ozga/Huron River Drive
- Huron River Drive/Grant Street over I-275
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How traffic is affected:
- Single-lane and double-lane closures are required in each direction on I-275 throughout the duration of the project.
- Local road traffic:
- Will Carleton Road, Willow Road, Pennsylvania Road and Huron River Drive over I-275 will require full closures for construction. Traffic will be detoured.
- Sibley Road, Eureka Road, Northline Road, South Huron River Drive and South Huron Road will require lane restrictions.
- West Huron River Drive will have directional full closures during construction with a posted detour.
- Will Carleton Road and South Huron Road will not have restrictions simultaneously.
- Sibley Road, Eureka Road and Pennsylvania Road restrictions will occur independently.
- Work on Northline Road and South Huron River Drive will not occur at the same time.
- Bike path accessibility:
- The bike path under South Huron River Drive will be closed for 100 days during the South Huron River Drive work.
- The Metro Park bike path under I-275 will be maintained at all times.
Transportation Service Center,
For up-to-date information on this project, visit: www.michigan.gov/drive or www.twitter.com/mdot_metrodet.