Expect delays: Road work to impact traffic around Ann Arbor
September 16, 2020 // FOUND IN: Updates & Resources
Please be advised of upcoming projects which are expected to cause traffic delays around Ann Arbor in the upcoming days.
Plan ahead and expect delays and alert patients if they will be traveling in the area. Here’s what you need to know:
- Today and tomorrow, Sept. 16-17, Boardwalk Drive is scheduled to close in the northbound direction from Victors Way to East Eisenhower Parkway.
- Traffic will be detoured west on Victors Way, north on South State Street and east on East Eisenhower Parkway.
- Today and tomorrow, Sept. 16-17, Victors Way between South State Street and Boardwalk Drive is anticipated to close in the eastbound direction.
- Traffic will be detoured north on South State Street, east on East Eisenhower Parkway and south on Boardwalk Drive.
- Westbound traffic will be maintained and flagging operations will control two-way traffic east of Boardwalk Drive.
- Today and tomorrow, Sept. 16-17, westbound Dexter Avenue between North Maple Road and Jackson Avenue is scheduled to be closed.
- Traffic will be detoured west on Jackson Avenue and north on North Maple Road.
- The detour will only be in place between 7 a.m. and 8 p.m.
- On Thursday, Sept. 17 and Friday, Sept. 18, intermittent single-lane closures are expected to be in place on West Stadium Boulevard between Pauline Boulevard and Hutchins Avenue.
- Two-way traffic will be maintained during this work.
- Beginning at 7 a.m. on Thursday, Sept. 17, Thompson Street between Packard Street and East Liberty Street is expected to be closed in the northbound direction.
- Traffic will be detoured west on Packard Street, north on South Division Street and east on East Liberty Street.
- The work is scheduled to be completed by Friday, Sept. 18.
- On Saturday, Sept. 19 between 7 a.m. and 8 p.m., Miller Avenue between Linda Vista Avenue and Chapin Street is anticipated to be reduced to one lane of traffic operating intermittently in one direction at a time using flag control.