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Ann Arbor Shares List of Planned 2021 Road, Sidewalk, Utility and Resurfacing Projects

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Archived News Release: March 18, 2021 - ​The City of Ann Arbor is releasing its list of road and sidewalk projects scheduled for construction in 2021. This year's projects include resurfacing/restoration of nearly 9 miles of roads, 6.2 miles of preventative maintenance and 5,700 feet of new sidewalk construction. All projects are listed online at www.a2gov.org/roadconstruction. Projects and schedules are subject to change. 

Construction work will cause road and lane closures, so travelers are advised to sign up for email or text alerts, at www.a2gov.org/roads.  

2021 Street Resurfaci​​ng/Restoration Projects

These projects generally include removal and replacement of part or all the existing asphalt or concrete pavement; curb and gutter repairs; repair and/or replacement of drainage and other utility structures; sidewalk ramp replacement to achieve ADA compliance; new pavement markings; and restoration. Their durations range from one month to several months depending on the work activities.

Major Streets ​​(4.709 mi​​​les)

  • Ashley Street (West William Street to Miller Avenue) – DDA project

  • Geddes Avenue (Windy Crest Lane to Earhart Road) – with utility project

  • North First Street (West Kingsley Street to West Huron Street) – DDA project

  • Plymouth Road (Broadway Street to Murfin Avenue/Upland Drive)

  • Scio Church Road (South Maple Road to South Seventh Street)

  • South Huron Parkway at Lindsay Lane

  • South Industrial Highway (East Eisenhower Parkway to East Stadium Boulevard)

  • West Kingsley Street (North First Street to North Main Street) – DDA project

  • West Liberty Street (Crest Avenue to South Seventh Street) – with utility project

Minor (​​Local) Streets​​ (3.927 miles)

  • Baldwin Avenue (Packard Street to East Stadium Boulevard)

  • Brockman Boulevard (Packard Street to East Stadium Boulevard)

  • Cranbrook Road (Chesterfield Street/Hampshire Road to Towner Boulevard)

  • Crest Street (West Liberty Avenue to Buena Vista Street) – with utility project

  • Crestland Street (Packard Street to Amelia Place/Saint Francis Drive)

  • Dorchester Road (Manchester Road to Towner Boulevard)

  • Dunmore Road (Waverly Road to Winsted Boulevard) – with utility project

  • Ferdon Road (Eastover Place to Crestland Street)

  • Eddy Street (Verle Avenue to southerly end)

  • Hartford Street (Winsted Boulevard to Mershon Drive)

  • Manchester Road (end of concrete pavement to Washtenaw Avenue)

  • Marshall Street (Verle Avenue to Verle Avenue)

  • Saint Aubin Avenue (La Salle Street to Creek Drive)

  • Saint Francis Drive (Amelia Place/Crestland Street to Nature Cove Court)

  • Verle Avenue (westerly end to Platt Road)

  • Waverly Road (Weldon Boulevard to Dunmore Road) – with utility project

  • Weldon Boulevard (Waverly Road to Winsted Boulevard) – with utility project

  • Winsted Boulevard (Hartford Street to Weldon Boulevard) 

2021 Capital Preventative Mainten​​​ance Projects

These projects generally include removing and replacing only the upper portion of the existing asphalt pavement (thin mill and fill); minor curb and gutter and drainage/utility structure repairs; sidewalk ramp replacement to achieve ADA compliance; new pavement markings; and minor restoration. They may also include surface preservation treatments like micro-surfacing and cape sealing, or crack filling and sealing. Their durations are typically less than a month and may range from a day or two up to a few weeks depending on the work activities.

Major Streets ​​​(2.590 miles)

  • Beakes Street (North Main Street to North Division Street/East Summit Street)

  • Hill Street (South Forest Avenue to Washtenaw Avenue)

  • Liberty Street (South Main Street to South State Street)

  • Liberty Street (South Seventh Street to Ann Arbor Railroad)

  • Madison Street (Thompson Street to South State Street)

  • Newport Road (Miller Avenue to Sunset Road)

  • Pontiac Street (Moore Street/Longshore Drive to John A. Woods Drive)

  • Forest Avenue (Hill Street to Forest Court)

Minor​​ (Local) Streets (​​​3.764 miles)

  • Baldwin Place (Baldwin Avenue to easterly end)

  • Balmoral Court (Lowell Road to Lowell Road)

  • Canterbury Road (Towner Boulevard to Platt Road)

  • Chesterfield Street (Packard Street to Cranbrook Road/Hampshire Road)

  • Eastover Place (Jewett Street/Packard Street to Ferdon Road)

  • Edgewood Place (West Hoover Avenue to northerly end)

  • Elder Boulevard (Crest Street to Eberwhite Boulevard)

  • Elizabeth Street (East Kingsley Street to High Street)

  • Henry Street (South State Street to White Street)

  • Holyoke Lane (Lowell Road to Newport Road)

  • Lincolnshire Lane (Warrington Drive to southeasterly end)

  • Lowell Road (Warrington Drive to Newport Road)

  • Provincetown Court (Lowell Road to southwesterly end)

  • Robin Road (Bydding Road to Fountain Street)

  • Salisbury Lane (southwesterly end to southeasterly end)

  • Second Street (West Mosely Street to West Jefferson Street)

  • Sybil Street (East Hoover Avenue to Hill Street)

  • Towner Boulevard (Dorchester Road to Hampshire Road)

  • Waltham Drive (Saxon Road to Warwick Court)

  • Warrington Drive (Newport Road to Huron River Drive)

  • Woodbridge Boulevard (Eberwhite Boulevard to easterly end) 

2021 Concrete Side​​​walk and As​​phalt Path Projects

These projects include the construction of new sidewalks or the resurfacing/rehabilitation of existing asphalt paths and involve earthwork; removal and replacement of part or all the existing asphalt pavement; placement of new sidewalk; placement of base materials; new or replacement sidewalk ramps to achieve ADA compliance; and restoration. Their durations range from one week to several weeks depending on the work activities.

New Side​​walk​​s

  • Barton Drive (north side between Pontiac Trail and Brede Place)

  • Boardwalk Drive (east side between East Eisenhower Parkway and Oakbrook Drive from address numbers 2875 to 2775)

  • Fuller Court (south side from UM property near Fuller Road easterly to address number 2250)

  • Jackson Avenue (south side between Wagner Road and Park Lake Avenue)

  • Manchester Road (west and north sides approximately 400 feet south of Washtenaw)

  • Scio Church Road (north side between Landmark Court and Winsted Boulevard)

  • Stimson Street (both sides between South State Street and White Street)

  • Yost Boulevard and Eli Drive (east and north sides fronting Forestbrooke Athletic Club)

Asphalt Pat​​hs​​​​​​ Restoration

  • Packard Street (east side between Independence Boulevard and Stone School Road)

  • Packard Street (north side from Colony Road through the Buhr Park frontage)

  • Packard Street (south side from Woodmanor Court to Platt Road)

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Media Contact Information

Nick Hutchinson
City Engineer
734.794.6411
[email protected]


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