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The City will host an Open House on Wednesday, April 11, 2018 from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers at Farmington Hills City Hall, located at 31555 West Eleven Mile Road.  Tables will be set up with displays of construction plans so you can browse through and ask questions about any aspect of the Nine Mile Road and Halsted Road Intersection Project.
 


Updated April 3, 2018

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Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) 2018 Road Repair Projects

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Capital Improvement Projects-2018, Interactive Map


Capital Improvement Projects - 2018
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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

Consumers Power has been upgrading and relocating gas lines in preparation for this road project that is scheduled to begin April 9.  Initial work will take place with outside lane closures and flag control as necessary with a full closure of 13 Mile Road between Middlebelt and Inkster to take place on April 30, 2018.  A detour route will be posted that accommodates this project as well as the Inkster Road Project.  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

Initial work will take place with temporary shoulder closures and flag control as necessary.  A full closure of Inkster Road between Northwestern Highway and Inkster Road is scheduled to take place in mid-May.  A detour route will be posted that accommodates this project as well as the 13 Mile Road Project identified above.  This project is scheduled to be substantially completed and open to traffic in mid to late August.
 

13 Mile Road Rehabilitation, Drake to Farmington

Reconstruction of this roadway is scheduled to begin Monday, April 9.  13 Mile Road will be closed to thru traffic, and during the first phase of the project local access will be maintained in the westbound direction only.  During this stage, access into the construction zone will be maintained only from Farmington Road and all traffic will exit the construction zone via Drake Road.  A detour route will be posted.  This project is scheduled to be substantially completed and open to traffic by September 1, 2018.
 

Drake Road Rehabilitation, Grand River to 11 Mile Road

This paving project does not have a scheduled start date at this time.  Drake Road will remain open during construction; however, it will be reduced to one lane with flag control during daytime hours as necessary.  More specific information will be provided as it becomes available. 
 

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.  A scheduled start date has not been established at this time, more detailed information will be provided as it becomes available.  A detour route for 9 Mile Road as well as Halsted Road will be posted.
 

County Projects

10 Mile Road Maintenance Overlay, Orchard Lake to Telegraph

Resurfacing of this roadway by the Road Commission for Oakland County is scheduled to begin April 16.  This project includes milling of the existing deteriorated pavement and paving with a new asphalt pavement overlay.  The entire project is scheduled to be completed within two weeks after the start date and will take place under flag control. 
 

10 Mile Road Maintenance Overlay, Haggerty Road to Grand River Avenue

Resurfacing of this roadway by the Road Commission for Oakland County is scheduled to begin in early to mid-May.  This project includes milling of the existing deteriorated pavement and paving with a new asphalt pavement overlay.  The entire project is scheduled to be completed within two weeks after the start date and will take place under flag control. 
 

Haggerty Road Maintenance Overlay, 10 Mile Road to Pontiac Trail

Resurfacing of this roadway by the Road Commission for Oakland County is scheduled to begin in early to mid-May.  This project includes milling of the existing deteriorated pavement and paving with a new asphalt pavement overlay.  The entire project is scheduled to be completed within two weeks after the start date and will take place 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.
 

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.  Updates and closure dates will be forthcoming as they are made available by MDOT. 
Detailed closure locations and dates for all MDOT projects can be found by visiting www.michigan.gov/drive then clicking on Construction Search.