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Posted on: August 19, 2022

CONSTRUCTION TRAFFIC NOTICE: Washtenaw Avenue

construction update

The Ypsilanti Community Utilities Authority (YCUA) will be beginning work on Washtenaw from Cross to Hamilton, and on Cross at Washtenaw, beginning Tuesday, September 6th. Detours will be posted. Traffic will be reduced to one lane at times and will also be fully closed to through traffic at times. Observe posted detours; eastbound through traffic is advised to use Hewitt to Michigan Avenue.  

Work on the I-94/Huron Street bridge continues as part of the MDOT trunkline maintenance and pedestrian pathway project. One lane northbound and southbound continue to be open on the I-94 bridge.  The NB Huron to WB I-94 ramp and the SB Huron (Hamilton) to EB I-94 ramp remain closed, and are anticipated to be closed through late fall.  MDOT is continuing work on South Huron and South Hamilton. 

This project is part of a two-year planned improvement to the water, sewer, and road infrastructure within the City. The Ypsilanti Community Utilities Authority (YCUA), the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT), and the City will be working together through 2023 to improve the safety of both our drinking water and our transportation system. This project will affect traffic on Huron from I-94 to Cross; Hamilton from I-94 to Washtenaw; Washtenaw from W. Cross to Hamilton; and Michigan from Ballard to the Huron River.  For more information please visit cityofypsilanti.com/roadrenovation.  To receive future construction traffic updates, please sign up to receive City news and public notices at cityofypsilanti.com/list.  Traffic shifts and closures on Hamilton, Huron, Michigan, West Cross, and Washtenaw are posted to MDOT's Mi Drive Site.

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