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Will Carleton Road to 6 Mile Road Revive 275

Last updated: November 23, 2022

Lane Closures

Northbound I-275, between Northline Road and I-96, will be down to one lane from December 1st through mid-December.

All Ramps will remain open except eastbound Ann Arbor Road to Northbound I-275

Southbound I-275 from between 6 Mile Road and Northline Drive will be down to one lane on Wednesday, November 30th, from 9AM- to 4PM

Southbound I-275 from Five Mile Road to Northline Road has two lanes open.

Northbound I-275 from Sibley Road to 5 Mile Road has two lanes open.

Ramp Closures

Eastbound Ann Arbor Road to Northbound I-275 will be closed from December 1st through mid-December

All southbound I-275 entrance/exit ramps from 5 Mile Road to I-94 will be closed on Tuesday, November 29th, between 7AM and 7PM for cross over work.

  • Once on I-275 southbound, first available exit is Eureka Road.
  • I-275 will remain under construction during the winter season. Work will be starting on the Northbound side of I-275 and the newly constructed southbound I-275 will be open for travel.

Southbound I-275 Michigan Avenue off ramp is closed for reconstruction through late-November

Detour option is continue south on I-275 to Ecorse Road, exit at Ecorse Road and turn left onto eastbound Ecorse Road. Use the 1st U-turn east of I-275 and turn onto westbound Ecorse Road. Then westbound Ecorse Road to northbound I-275 

Westbound I-94 to Southbound I-275 ramp is closed through late-November for reconstruction

Detour: Northbound I-275 to Ecorse Road Exit, turn left onto Ecorse Road and then turn left onto southbound I-275.

Westbound M-153 (Ford Road) to southbound I-275 loop ramp is closed through December 2022

The detour will be westbound M-153 (Ford Road) to Northbound I-275, to westbound Ann Arbor Road to southbound I-275. Signal timing at I-275 and Ann Arbor Road will be adjusted accordingly on an as-needed basis. This closure is needed for the safety of both motorists and construction crews. 

Westbound US-12 (Michigan Avenue) ramp to southbound I-275 is closed until December 2022

The westbound Ann Arbor Road ramp to southbound I-275 is closed until December 2022

Local Roads

Eastbound Michigan Avenue at I-275 Bridge to Haggerty has one lane open until late-November

Westbound Michigan Avenue is down to one lane through late-November

Schoolcraft Road under I-275 has intermittent lane closures through late-Fall

Metro Trails

The connector trail of I-275 Metro Trail at Michigan Ave is closed through late-November

Fence replacement may require temporary removal of fencing during construction.

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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 federally funded, 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)

Rebuilding (from Northline Road to 6 Mile Road)

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

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

The Metro Trail

  • Improvements to retaining walls and culvert crossings will be made along sections of the Metro Trail
  • Signage will be available at the parking areas and closure itself providing details when closed
  • Closures will be coordinated with Friends of the Metro Trail

Timeline & Progress

What improvements have been completed? What improvements are coming up in the future?

Photo Gallery

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Contact Us

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

E-mail: MDOT-275Feedback@Michigan.gov

MDOT I-275 Hotline: 248-275-8375