Nixon Corridor Improvement Project

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Project limits​

North of Huron Parkway roundabout to south of the M-14 overpass.


The Nixon Road Corridor Study, completed in 2017, heard and documented corridor concerns throughout the study process, with key focal points being safety, non-motorized facilities, and user-delays. Three options were studied and analyzed. Only one option, the roundabout corridor, addresses all of these concerns. This option would add roundabouts at various locations in the corridor, while improving non-motorized facilities, safety, and operations.  ​

On May 15, 2017, the City Council directed staff to design the corridor improvements. In Fall 2017, Wade Trim was selected to perform the engineering design on the project.


Project Design: On-going (tentative completion Summer 2019)

Cons​truction: The City's current Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) has construction of the first phase of Nixon improvements tentatively scheduled for 2025. 

Current activities you may see along the corridor

  • Survey and topographic data collection

All current activities are focused on data collection for consideration in the design process. Markings and staking do not represent removals or any other construction intent. ​

Documents and resources​

Oct. 24, 2018 public meeting

June 7, 2018 public meeting​


Nixon/Dhu Varren/Green Roundabout Project ​

Concept from Nixon Road Corridor Study (PDF)​




​Christopher E. Wall, P.E.
301 E. Huron St., Fourth Floor
Ann Arbor, MI
734.794.6410 x43661​