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Updated December 12, 2017

City of Farmington Hills 2018 Major Road Projects

Map of City of Farmington Hills Major Road Projects


13 Mile – Drake to Farmington (May – September)

  • Mill and resurface, new curbs and sidewalk
  • Sanitary sewer from Marvin to Drake
  • Large box culvert replacement
  • Continuous center left turn lane

Traffic Control

  • Road closed – local access only – detour posted
  • One way traffic maintained for local access only (flips direction after Phase 1)
  • Weekend intersection closure at Drake

13 Mile – Middlebelt to Inkster (April – August)

  • Mill and resurface, new curbs and storm drains
  • Extending the left turn lane east of Wellington

Traffic Control

  • Road closed – local access only
  • Two way traffic maintained for local access only
  • Road closed east of Wellington, no access to Inkster

Inkster – 13 Mile to Northwestern (April – August)

  • Remove and replace asphalt pavement, spot curb replacement
  • Cutting the hill south of 13 Mile (about four feet lower) to improve sight distance

Traffic Control

  • Road closed – local access only from Northwestern
  • Two way traffic maintained for local access only
  • Road closed 800 feet south of the 13 Mile intersection
  • Southbound traffic from Inkster will be diverted east onto 13 Mile
  • Westbound traffic from 13 Mile will be diverted north on Inkster

9 Mile and Halsted Intersection (May – October)

  • Remove and replace all four legs of the intersection
  • Adding right turn lanes in all directions
  • New signal with left turn phasing

Traffic Control

  • Intersection closed
  • Traffic detoured

Drake – Grand River to 11 Mile (after June 15)

  • Mill and fill

Traffic Control

  • Traffic will be maintained under flag control
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.