Upcoming Road Projects
Big Beaver, Lakeview/Cunningham, Northfield Parkway and Coolidge (Estimated date of completion: End of August 2015)
All lanes of Big Beaver have been re-opened.
Construction on Northfield Parkway between Wattles and Long Lake is is underway. Crews will start pouring the southbound lane Friday, July 31st.expected to pour the southbound lane at the end of this week.
Only southbound traffic will be permitted during this time.
Detour signs for northbound traffic will be posted. The posted detour suggests traffic take westbound Wattles to northbound Coolidge to eastbound Long Lake to southbound Northfield Parkway.
Right turns will not be permitted at Northfield Parkway @ Perrin and Northfield Parkway @ Durand . Left turns will not be permitted at Northfield Parkway @ Wintergreen.
The east driveway of Troy High School will be closed for the duration of the project.
Expected completion is beginning of August, 2015.
Crews have finished pouring the right and center lanes of northbound Coolidge. Please expect at least 5 days for the concrete to cure.
Early next week, traffic will be flipped to the new concrete and removals will begin in the northbound right lane.
One lane will remain open northbound from Golfview to Cunningham.
Square Lake - East of Crooks to Livernois
Pouring in the eastbound left lane of Square Lake will begin Monday, August 3rd. Please expect AT LEAST 15 minute delays.
One lane will remain open in each direction between Crooks and Livernois.
Expected completion is the middle of August, 2015.
John R - Long Lake to South of Maple
All lanes of John R are now open to traffic.
Dequindre - Southbound Lanes from Wattles to South of Big Beaver
All lanes of Dequindre are now open to traffic
During road construction, building owners or tenants are allowed one temporary 36 square-foot sign
as long a FREE sign permit is applied for. Ground banners and flags will qualify. For more information
on the temporary sign permit, please contact Paul Evans at 248.524.3359 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Please contact the Public Works Department at 248.524.3392 or through the Troy Community Portal with any questions. For additional updates and information, please visit our Facebook and Twitter. All dates are weather dependent.
The City of Troy, in cooperation with the Road Commission for Oakland County (RCOC), is committed to making the roads in Troy safe and comfortable to drive on. The 2015 Troy Roads Rock Program is using the City of Troy’s General Fund fund balance and RCOC’s testing services to address severe potholes and segments with poor conditions on county roads within the City of Troy.