RCOC Livernois Road Culvert Replacement
1/4 mile north of Big Beaver
Livernois is closed to through traffic between Big Beaver and Wattles Road. The driveway to the Community Center and Town Center Drive will remain open during construction. Detour for Livernois through traffic is Big Beaver to Rochester Road to Wattles.
Livernois is scheduled to re-open October 27.
Kirts Blvd | Crooks to Livernois
Concrete Work in Progress (Completion expected early November)
EB Left | Closed
EB Right | Open
WB Left | Closed
WB Right | Open
No Left Turn WB Kirts to SB Crooks
Southbound Crooks at Big Beaver reduced to one lane, October 30 to November 11 for work at intersection. Expect Delays
Concrete Work in Progress (Completion Expected November 2014)
EB Left | Open
EB Center | Open
EB Right | Open
WB Left | Open
WB Center | Closed
WB Right | Closed
Long Lake | Adams to Northfield Parkway
Intermittent lane closures during shoulder and asphalt resurfacing work. At times the road will be reduced to one lane with traffic directed by flaggers. (Completion expected Mid-November)
The City of Troy, in cooperation with the Road Commission for Oakland County (RCOC), is embarking on a $10.5M road repair plan for 2014. This plan will address severe pothole damage caused by this year’s harsh winter and, generally poor conditions of major County roads in Troy. Additional information will be added to this page as it becomes available.
The key funding components of the plan are $5M from the City’s General Fund Balance, approximately $2.3M from the RCOC, $1.9M in federal transportation funds and $1.0M in state road funds secured by Senator John Pappageorge and Representative Martin Howrylak.Work has started on Long Lake Road, between Rochester and I-75, the week of April 21, 2014 and is projected to last for approximately 2 months (depending on weather conditions). The contractor will be moving to other roads as they complete areas on Long Lake. Construction schedules for those roads will be announced as the work progresses. All work is expected to be complete by November 15, 2014.
Additional information will be added to this webpage as it becomes available, as well as social media and traditional news media outlets.For concerns about these projects please call 248.524.3383