Plan ahead and expect delays: Upcoming road closures
Please be advised that upcoming construction projects and special events are expected to cause road closures around Ann Arbor.
Plan ahead and expect delays and alert patients if they will be traveling in the area.
Here’s what you need to know:
- Beginning today, northbound traffic on Huron Parkway between Plymouth and Nixon will be detoured west on Plymouth to north on Nixon back to Huron Parkway. Southbound traffic and pedestrian traffic will be maintained. The project is scheduled to end at 5 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 28.
- The intersection of South Seventh Street and Huron Street is scheduled to be closed to southbound traffic between Thursday, Sept. 27 and Saturday, Sept. 29.
- Southbound traffic on South Seventh Street will be detroued at Huron Street eastbound to southbound South First Street to westbound West Liberty Street.
- Northbound South Seventh Street traffic will travel in the northbound lane between West Liberty and West Huron.
- Due to the home football game on Saturday, temporary closures are scheduled on South Main Street between Pauline Boulevard and West Stadium Boulevard. Northbound lanes will close beginning at 9 a.m. and South Main will close at 11 a.m.
- From 8 a.m. on Friday, Sept. 28 until 1 a.m. on Sunday, Sept. 30, the following streets are anticipated to be closed for the Oktoberfest special event:
- Half the block of East Washington Street from South Main Street to the public alley toward South Fourth Avenue.
- West Washington from Main Street to Ashley Street.
Additionally, please note that work continues on the NCRC Ring Road. The northern NCRC bus stops, used by the North-East Shuttle, are scheduled to revert back to their original locations on Monday, Sept. 24.
Between Sept. 22 and Sept. 28, access to the NC99 surface lot and the NC100 parking structure will be from Huron Parkway or the east ring road.
The horseshoe drive near Building 18 will only be accessible from teh east and will be two-way traffic during this stage of work. Please see the graphic below.