City construction and traffic controls
MDOT and WCRC project updates
Special event closures
City of Ann Arbor construction and traffic controls
Intersection of Plymouth and Green: Thursday, January 19 through Friday, January 20, 2017. Due to a recent water main break, the City will be performing emergency pavement repairs within the northwest quadrant (PDF) of the Plymouth and Green intersection.
Eastbound and westbound traffic on Plymouth will be reduced to one lane each way at the Green Intersection. Northbound and southbound traffic on Green will be reduced to one lane each way at Plymouth. Drivers are encouraged to find alternative routes.
Access will be maintained to local driveways and pedestrian traffic will be maintained around the construction area.
Stadium Boulevard: Monday, November 21 through July 2017. Beginning on Monday, November 21, 2016, Stadium Blvd between South Main Street and South Industrial Highway will be closed to through traffic for reconstruction and utilities work (Stage 1). Local access to Kipke Drive, the University of Michigan's Golf Course (Blue Course) and the Ann Arbor Golf and Outing Club will be maintained by approaching from South Industrial Highway. East Stadium
Blvd will be completely closed at South Main St. Pedestrian traffic will be maintained along the north sidewalk of East Stadium Blvd throughout the project. Sidewalk will be reduced to five feet with a chain link fence along construction zone.
For current stage 1 work, Eastbound traffic on West Stadium Blvd will be detoured south on Main St, east on Eisenhower then north onto South Industrial. Westbound traffic on East Stadium Blvd will be detoured south on South Industrial, west onto Eisenhower then north on Main St. Please see the detour map (PDF) for a visual description of the current and future detours to come.
In addition, traffic movements at the intersection of South Main and Stadium Blvd will be altered for construction. Please see the map (PDF) for more detail on these changes.
2016/17 Winter parking restrictions
Parking during the overnight hours will be restricted as follows:
No parking 10 p.m. - 6 a.m.
Odd/even parking restrictions 1 a.m. - 6 a.m.
*An odd/even schedule means on even calendar days, parking will be allowed on the side of the street with even numbered addresses and vice versa. Just remember, even/even, odd/odd parking.
The City will modify parking on Dewey, Greenwood Avenue and Vaughn Street from its current one-side permitted parking to alternate odd/even parking.
Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) and Washtenaw County Road Commission (WCRC) projects
Please note: To stay informed of projects managed by entities other than the City of Ann Arbor, please subscribe directly to receive
MDOT updates (follow the link and click the envelope on the left of the page) and consult the
Jan. 19, 2017 Update
US-23, Livingston and Washtenaw counties
On Friday, January 20, there will be a single-lane closure on southbound US-23 from M-36 to 6 Mile Road.
The lane closure will be in place between 8 p.m. and 8 a.m. the following morning and is needed so crews can work on pavement markings.
On Monday, January 23, there will be a single-lane closure on northbound US-23 from M-14 to Warren Road.
The lane closure will be in place between 8 p.m. and 7 a.m. the following morning and is needed so crews can install ITS conduit.
Starting in 2016, road and bridge improvements will begin along US-23 in Washtenaw and Livingston counties between M-14 and Silver Lake Road. As part of this $92 million investment, MDOT will implement the Flex Route traffic management system along the highway between M-14 and M-36.
Early stages of construction include shoulder repairs in both directions, temporary ramp extensions, temporary widening of the Barker Road and the Great Lakes Central Railroad bridges, median drainage work, and minor structure work at 6 Mile, 8 Mile and N. Territorial roads.
Starting Monday, Nov. 7, there will be overnight single-lane closures on northbound US-23 between M-14 and Silver Lake Road. Lane closures will occur between 8 p.m. and 7 a.m. each night to accommodate the shoulder repair and ramp extension work. Following this work, a traffic shift will be installed in each direction to accommodate the temporary bridge widening and median work. This stage of the project is expected to take until mid- to late November.
Once construction begins, work is expected to continue through the winter and into 2017. Additional lane closure and detour notices will be provided as the project progresses. The goal is to complete the project by the end of 2017.
Project information is available on the US-23 Flex Route project website at flexroute23.com.
(Unless otherwise noted, special events listed are not sponsored or endorsed by the City of Ann Arbor.)
State of Michigan Department of Transportation online resource: View a map of local and statewide maintenance, construction, lane closures and restrictions.