Plan ahead and expect delays: Area road work

November 1, 2021  //  FOUND IN: Updates & Resources

Please be advised of road work taking place around Ann Arbor over the next few days and weeks.

Plan ahead and expect delays and alert patients if they will be traveling in the area.

Here’s what you need to know:

  • From today through Tuesday, Nov. 30, westbound William Street from State Street to Ashley Street is scheduled to be closed.
    • Vehicles traveling westbound on William will be detoured north on State Street, west on Liberty Street, then south on Ashley Street back to William.
    • The bikeway on William Street will also be closed during the project.
    • Access to businesses and residences on both sides of the road will be maintained.
  • Beginning at 7 a.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 3, Division Street from Huron to Lawrence is expected to be closed for paving.
    • Vehicles traveling northbound on Division will be detoured west on Huron Street, north on Main Street, east on Kingsley back to Division.
    • The bike lane will be closed during this project.
    • Closures to thru traffic are already in place at the intersections of Catherine/Dvision and Ann/Division until Nov. 10. On Nov. 3, these intersections are scheduled to be closed to local traffic and Catherine, Ann and Lawrence will be converted to two-way traffic using flaggers.
      • Local traffic on Catherine and Ann streets between Division and Fifth Avenue will enter and exit these blocks from Fifth Avenue.
      • Local traffic on Catherine and Ann streets between State and Division will enter and exit these blocks from State Street.
      • Local traffic on Lawrence Street between Division and State will enter this block from State Street.
    • This work is expected to be completed by 5 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 3 at which time one lane of northbound Division Street will be opened to traffic, Catherine and Ann Streets will be accessible to local traffic, and Lawrence Street will be accessible to all traffic via the Division intersections.
    • In all areas, pedestrian traffic will be maintained on one side of the street at all times.

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