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City of Troy

500 West Big Beaver
Troy, MI 48084
Ph: 248.524.3300

Construction Updates


Road Commission for Oakland County Construction Updates

John R Widening, Long Lake to South Blvd.

QUARTERLY CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS
May
 2019 - August 2019

1. INTERSTATE RECONSTRUCTION – I-75, 13 MILE TO COOLIDGE
The I-75 Modernization Project, from north of 13 Mile to north of Coolidge Highway will widen and reconstruct the freeway pavement, interchanges and bridges.  The project includes the addition of one lane in each direction by enclosing the median; drainage and aesthetic improvements; and noise walls where they meet Federal/State criteria.  All traffic (2 lanes in each direction) has been shifted to the southbound side to allow for work on the northbound side.  In late fall 2019, northbound and southbound traffic will be moved to their respective sides for the 2019/20 winter months. Starting in the spring of 2020, all traffic will be moved to the northbound side and work will start on the southbound bridges, ramps and mainline pavement.  All lanes of I-75, from 13 Mile to Coolidge, are anticipated to be complete and open to traffic in late fall 2020.  Follow I-75 modernization progress on the web at: www.modernize75.com.

2. MAJOR ROAD WIDENING AND RECONSTRUCTION – JOHN R, LONG LAKE TO SOUTH BOULEVARD
John R will be widened and reconstructed to a new 3-lane asphalt pavement with deceleration lanes at side streets between Long Lake and South Boulevard.  Paving will start in the spring of 2019.  Southbound traffic will be detoured, while northbound traffic is maintained in one lane during the paving phase.  All road work is anticipated to be complete and open to traffic by late fall of 2019.

3. LOCAL ROAD OVERLAY – SECTION 2 & SECTION 10
The following roads in Section 2 are scheduled to receive an asphalt pavement overlay: Cadmus, Cambria, Hartwig, Eckerman, Barabeau and Shelldrake.  The following roads in Section 10 are scheduled to receive and asphalt pavement overlay: Muer and Finch.   This project includes milling (grinding off) select areas of the existing pavement and placing a new asphalt pavement surface. Work is anticipated to start in the spring and be complete by the end of June.

4. WATER REDUNDANCY/RELIABILITY – PRV FACILITY – SOUTH BOULEVARD AT BEACH
A new Pressure Reducing Valve (PRV) facility will be constructed on city-owned property at the southeast corner of South Boulevard and Beach and connected to an existing Great Lakes Water Authority (GLWA) water meter pit.  This connection will provide a needed redundant feed and allow the city the ability to supply water and limit disruptions in the northwest section of the city.  Northbound Beach Road will be closed to through traffic for several weeks during Phase I of the project, but will be
open during all other phases.  Work is anticipated to start in the spring of 2019 and be complete in the summer of 2019.

5. MAJOR ROAD CONCRECETE SLAB REPLACEMENT – DEQUINDRE, 14 MILE TO LONG LAKE
This a joint project with the Road Commission for Oakland County (RCOC) that will remove and replace select areas of concrete pavement on Dequindre, between 14 Mile and Long Lake.  The work is part of a larger County-wide concrete pavement replacement program administered by the RCOC, so the schedule is not available at this time, but it is anticipated that work will be active during the May-August time frame.

6. MAJOR ROAD CONCRETE SLAB PLACEMENT – COOLIDGE, BIG BEAVER TO WATTLES
Select areas of concrete pavement will be removed and replaced on Coolidge, between Big Beaver and Wattles.  Work is anticipated to start in the spring of 2019 and be complete by the end of June.

7. INDUSTRIAL ROAD CONCRETE PAVEMENT REPLACEMENT – NORTHFIELD PKWY, BRENTWOOD TO WHITFIELD
Northfield Parkway, from north of Brentwood to north of Whitfeld will be removed and replaced with new concrete pavement.  Work is anticipated to start after July 1 and be complete before school starts in the fall of 2019.

8. INDUSTRIAL ROAD CONCRETE SLAB REPLACEMENT – TOWER, CROOKS TO LONG LAKE
Select areas of concrete pavement will be removed and replaced on Tower, between Crooks and Long Lake.  Work is anticipated to start after July 1.

9. INDUSTRIAL ROAD CONCRETE SLAB REPLACEMENT – EXECUTIVE, ELLIOTT TO MAPLE
Select areas of concrete pavement will be removed and replaced on Tower, between Crooks and Long Lake.  Work is anticipated to start in the spring of 2019 and be complete by the end of June.

10. MAINTENANCE OVERLAY – ADAMS, SOUTH OF BIG BEAVER TO LONG LAKE
This is a joint project with the Road Commission for Oakland County (RCOC) that will overlay the existing pavement on Adams, from south of Big Beaver to Long Lake.  The work is part of a larger County-wide asphalt pavement maintenance overlay program administered by the RCOC, so the schedule is not available at this time, but it is anticipated that work will be active during the May-August time frame.

11. WATER MAIN REPLACEMENT – NAUGHTON, WHEATON & PIEDMONT
The existing water mains on Naughton, Wheaton and Piedmont streets are over 40 years old and have exceeded their service life.  This project will replace and upsize these mains to upgrade the water and fire protection in this industrial area, while eliminating costly main breaks that are more common with older water mains.  The water main work is anticipated to start in the summer of 2019 and be substantially complete by early fall.  Road rehabilitation will follow the water main construction.  All work is anticipated to be substantially complete by early winter 2019.  Restoration and final project cleanup, as required, would follow in the spring of 2020.

12. LOCAL ROAD OVERLAY – SECTION 30
The following roads in Section 30 are scheduled to receive an asphalt pavement overlay: Wrenwood, Brooklawn, Norwich, Witherbee, Graefield, Eton, Derby, St. Andrews and Engle, Nampa and Brooklawn Courts.  This project includes milling (grinding off) select areas of the existing pavement and placing a new asphalt pavement surface.  Work is anticipated to start after July 1 and be complete before school starts in the fall of 2019.

*** LOCAL ROAD CONCRETE PAVEMENT REPLACEMENT
The Department of Public Works (DPW) will be replacing concrete pavement at scattered locations on local subdivision roads throughout the City.  Specific locations are not shown on the map.  Additional information is available at: www.troymi.gov/streetsprojects.


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