Traffic watch: Road construction round-up for Washtenaw County, Jan. 8

Traffic watch: Road construction round-up for Washtenaw County, Jan. 8

ANN ARBOR, MI — There are a handful of construction jobs in Washtenaw County that could impression commute moments, traffic and road closures this 7 days.

East Ann Road: The avenue amongst North Ingalls Street and Glen Avenue is currently being impacted by a crane set up from 7 a.m. Monday, Jan. 9, by Thursday, Jan. 12.

Contractors will interfere with eastbound visitors as they occupy about 250 feet of East Ann Street west of Glen Avenue.

This crane is currently being mounted at the work web-site for a new nine-story, blended-use advancement in the vicinity of the College of Michigan’s hospitals.

The region is the future website of The Glen progress which ideas to have residences and 164 hotel rooms and suites that will be known as the “Vanguard Hotel.” The improvement also plans to carry an occasion and assembly place, retail retailers and parking.

Eastbound East Ann Street targeted visitors will detour north on North Ingalls Avenue to Catherine Road and east on Catherine Street back to Glen Avenue.

Through this crane installation, East Ann Road also is currently being briefly converted to two-way site visitors in between North Ingalls Avenue and Glen Avenue to give citizens and organizations entry to their attributes.

Parking on the north facet of East Ann Avenue will be prohibited to develop the short term westbound journey lane.

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South Fourth Avenue: The avenue amongst Huron and Washington streets will have a complete closure starting up at 8 a.m. Monday, Jan. 9, by means of Wednesday, Jan. 11.

The place will close in both of those instructions to make it possible for contractors to set up a work zone for a crane at the Courthouse Sq. senior apartments at 100 S. Fourth Ave.

Northbound cars will detour making use of Washington, Key and Huron streets. As for southbound visitors, automobiles will be equipped to detour making use of Huron Road, Fifth Avenue and Washington Street.

Area accessibility to corporations and driveways will be maintained at all instances, and pedestrians can travel utilizing the east side of South Fourth Avenue.

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North Fifth Avenue: The road from Detroit Road to Catherine Avenue will have a lane shift until finally June 21, 2024.

Building on a five-tale, blended-use constructing strategies to transform the western southbound lane of North Fifth Avenue between Detroit and Catherine streets into a operate zone. This will shift website traffic into the eastern southbound lane.

This lane closure will let Huron Contracting to do the job on the growth that ideas to convey 14 residential condos above ground-floor professional room additionally interior/underground parking.

Although this construction is going on, obtain to neighborhood organizations and drive techniques are becoming managed by the closure. Pedestrians will have to use the jap side of North Fifth Avenue.

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West Madison Avenue: The street concerning South Ashley and South Key streets will see a lane closure and shift by way of Feb. 28, as a new constructing is created at the southwest corner of South Main and West Madison streets. The perform necessitates the group to just take in excess of the eastbound lane of West Madison Road.

The lane closure is in effect 24 several hours a working day all through the project. Eastbound West Madison Avenue site visitors will change into the still left transform lane at the South Key Avenue intersection.

To keep up with road and lane closures in Ann Arbor and close to the county, visit the city’s web page, Washtenaw County Street Commission’s web site or MDOT’s site.

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