Will Carleton Road to 6 Mile Road Revive 275

Lane Closures

Last updated: July 29, 2021

Northbound I-275 has two lanes open from I-94 to M-14 from early August through late fall

On NB I-275 from south of I-94 to north of M-14.

Northbound/Southbound I 275 has one lane open from Huron River Road to I-94 through late fall

On NB I-275 from south of Huron River Road to I-94.

On SB I-275 from I-94 to Huron River Road.

Ramp Closures

Last updated: July 28, 2021

Eureka Road loop ramps will be closed from late July through mid-August

WB Eureka loop ramp to SB I-275 follow the posted detour. Take I-275 north to Ecorse Road, Ecorse west to the SB I-275 ramp, on to SB I-275.

EB Eureka loop ramp to NB I-275 follow the posted detour. Take I-275 south to Sibley Road, Sibley east to the NB I-275 ramp, on to NB I-275.

Local Roads

Last updated: July 27, 2021

Schoolcraft Road over M-14 will be closed from August 5th through late September for improvements

Westbound M-14 will have single-lane closures under Schoolcraft Road. The bike trail underneath Schoolcraft Road will be temporarily closed.

 

Schoolcraft Road detours:

Eastbound Schoolcraft Road traffic will be detoured to eastbound 5 Mile Road, then southbound Haggerty Road to eastbound Schoolcraft Road.

6 Mile Road over I-275 will be closed from early August through late fall

WB 6 Mile follow the posted detour. Take Newburgh Road north to 7 Mile Road, 7 Mile west to Haggerty Road, Haggerty south to 6 Mile Road.

 

EB 6 Mile follow the posted detour. Take Haggerty Road south to 5 Mile Road, 5 Mile east to Newburgh Road, Newburgh north to 6 Mile Road.

 

Eastbound Cherry Hill Road over I-275 is closed to traffic through mid-August

Eastbound traffic should follow the posted detour

Westbound Cherry Hill Road over I-275 will have one lane open from Lotz Road to Haggerty through mid-August

Pennsylvania Road Bridge over I-275 is closed for rebuilding through late August

Closed between Huron River Road, over I-275, to Wahrman Street.

Use Huron River Road to Sibley Road to Wahrman Street as a Detour.

The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) is committed to providing the highest quality integrated transportation service for economic benefit and improved quality of life.

Construction Zones

A majority of this segment is funded by the Rebuilding Michigan program, which is focused on the state highways and bridges that are critical to the state’s economy and carry the most traffic. This segment is funded by the Rebuilding Michigan program, which is focused on the state highways and bridges that are critical to the state’s economy and carry the most traffic. Several sections of the Metro Trail will be improved.

Construction on I-275 will take place over a four-year period and will not be closed.

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Improvements (from Will Carleton North to Northline Road)

A majority of this segment is funded by the Rebuilding Michigan program, which is focused on the state highways and bridges that are critical to the state’s economy and carry the most traffic.

  • Roadway improvements
    • Northbound/southbound concrete pavement repairs
    • Interchange concrete pavement repairs/asphalt resurface
  • Bridge improvements (9 bridges)
  • New signs
  • New ITS technology

Rebuilding (from Northline Road to 6 Mile Road)

This segment is funded by the Rebuilding Michigan program, which is focused on the state highways and bridges that are critical to the state’s economy and carry the most traffic.

  • Roadway rebuilding
  • Drainage improvements
  • Bridge improvements and rebuilding (56 bridges)
  • Traffic signal improvements for crossroads
  • New signs
  • New intelligent transportation system (ITS) technology

The Metro Trail

Several sections of the Metro Trail will be improved, including culvert crossings and repairs to retaining walls. Segments of the trail will be closed periodically; signs describing each closure will be provided at parking areas and at the closure itself. Metro Trail closures will be coordinated with the Friends of the Metro Trail.