Updated July 12, 2018
City of Farmington Hills 2018 Major Road Projects
Map of City of Farmington Hills Major Road Projects
13 Mile Road Rehabilitation, Middlebelt Road to Inkster Road
13 Mile Road between Middlebelt and Inkster is currently closed to thru traffic. A detour route has been posted. This project is scheduled to be substantially completed and open to traffic in mid to late August.
Inkster Road Rehabilitation, Northwestern Highway to 13 Mile Road
Inkster Road between Northwestern Highway and 13 Mile Road is closed and a detour route has been posted that accommodates this project as well as the 13 Mile Road Project identified above. Local access to residents on Inkster Road is being maintained from Northwestern Highway. This project is scheduled to be substantially completed and open to traffic in mid to late August.
13 Mile Road Rehabilitation, Drake to Farmington
Currently, local access is being maintained in the eastbound direction only. Westbound 13 Mile Road between Drake and Farmington is completely closed. Access into the construction zone will be maintained only from Drake Road and all traffic will exit the construction zone via Farmington Road. A detour route has been posted. This project is scheduled to be substantially completed and open to traffic by September 1.
Drake Road Rehabilitation, Grand River to 11 Mile Road
This paving project is substantially complete. Drake Road will remain open during the final stages of construction; however, there will be intermittent lane and shoulder closures to accommodate the final clean-up and restoration.
9 Mile Road and Halsted Road Intersection
This project includes the improvement and modernization of the traffic signals, as well as pavement reconstruction with the addition of right turn lanes on all approaches of the intersection. The intersection is completely closed and all Halsted and 9 Mile traffic will be detoured around the project. This is scheduled to be open to traffic by September 1.
2018 Citywide Asphalt Replacement Program
Attached please find a map that identifies locations where asphalt pavement repair will be completed throughout the 2018 construction season. Two-way traffic will generally be maintained during work at these locations by utilizing flag and traffic control as well as temporary lane and shoulder closures. The work identified on 11 Mile is substantially complete with the exception of permanent pavement markings that are scheduled in the near future.
2018 Asphalt Replacement Program
2018 Citywide Concrete Replacement Program
Attached please find a map that identifies locations where concrete pavement repair will be completed throughout the 2018 construction season. Two-way traffic will generally be maintained during work at these locations by utilizing flag control as well as temporary lane and shoulder closures. The repaired lanes will need to remain closed for up to a week to allow the new concrete to cure but it is expected that two way traffic will be maintained.
2018 Concrete Replacement Program
2018 Citywide Sidewalk Replacement Program
Attached please find a map that identifies locations where sidewalk maintenance and repair will be completed throughout the 2018 construction season. Two-way traffic will generally be maintained during work at these locations by utilizing flag control and shoulder closures to complete the work.
2018 Citywide Sidewalk Replacement Program
Middlebelt Road, 10 Mile Road to 14 Mile Road (Consumers Energy)
According to the Road Commission for Oakland County and Consumers Energy, this gas line maintenance and replacement project is scheduled to continue into the fall. Work will be completed with shoulder closures and lane closures under flag control for much of the project; however, a full closure of Middlebelt Road over I-696 will be required to complete the work. This closure is currently in place and expected to continue until late August.
For information about Road Commission for Oakland County projects, visit the RCOC website at http://www.rcocweb.org, and then check press releases and/or the real time traffic map.
Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT)
I-696 in Oakland County
This maintenance work includes concrete repair, joint repair, and flood mitigation efforts by the Michigan Department of Transportation. Nightly lane closures will be required for overnight work from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m. Monday through Thursday. There will also be 10 full closures of the freeway on weekends that will occur between 9 p.m. Friday and 5 a.m. Monday morning. Detours will be posted during these closures.
Westbound I-696 will be closed from US-24 (Telegraph Road) to I-275 starting Friday July 13 until Monday July 16. . Beginning at 8 p.m. Friday, crews will begin closing the entrance ramps on westbound I-696 from US-24 (Telegraph Road) to I-275, along with all other entrance ramps within the specified limits. The closure will remain in place until 5 a.m. Monday morning. For additional information please see the attached news release from MDOT.
Detour Route: Southbound US-24 (Telegraph Road) to westbound M-102 (8 Mile Road) to M-5 (Grand River Avenue).
Reminder: Westbound I-696 remains closed in Macomb County from I-94 to Dequindre Road through the fall. Eastbound I-696 remains open in Oakland and Macomb counties.
Detailed closure locations and dates for all MDOT projects can be found by visiting www.michigan.gov/drive then clicking on Construction Search.