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Will Carleton Road to 6 Mile Road Revive 275

Current project work includes punch list work, bridge work, Intelligent Transporation Systems (ITS), concrete patching, median cable barrier work, and more. For more information see closures below and the "Timeline & Progress" page

Lane Closures

Northbound I-275 from I-94 to Michigan Avenue has two lanes open until Thursday, June 14th at 5:00a.m.

Southbound I-275 from Ford Road to Ecorse has one lane open through late June

Southbound I-275 from Ecorse to Eureka has two lanes open through late June

Southbound I-275 from North Huron River to Eureka Road will have one lane open on Monday, June 17th until Wednesday, June 26th at 3:00p.m.

Ramp Closures

Southbound I-275 ramp to eastbound I-96/M-14 has one lane open until Thursday, June 13th at 5:00p.m.

Southbound I-275 on ramp from Ecorse Road is closed until Thursday, June 13th from 9:00a.m. to 3:00p.m.

Local Roads

Eastbound and westbound Schoolcraft Road under I-275 has one lane open through late June for lane work

Metro Trails

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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

View construction photos of various improvements on the project.

FAQs

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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