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City of Troy

500 West Big Beaver
Troy, MI 48084
Ph: 248.524.3300

Local Road Construction

 

Concrete Slab Replacement - Thunderbird

Thunderbird will be one way only northbound during road construction that will take place from Maple to Oliver. One way traffic will be maintained at all times except when actively pouring concrete. When there is no second driveway, driveway approaches will be done in phases to allow vehicle traffic to pass.

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Concrete Slab Replacement - Austin

Austin will be closed at Maple for road construction on Austin and Larchwood. Single lane traffic will be maintained at all times except when actively pouring concrete. When there is no second driveway, driveway approaches will be done in phases to allow vehicles to pass.

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Concrete Slab Replacement - Anvil

During construction on Anvil there will be one way only traffic southbound from Wattles onto Anvil. Northbound Anvil traffic will be diverted to eastbound Kettle to northbound Forge back to Wattles. Troy School District bus traffic will be directed to use Forge.

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Road Commission for Oakland County (RCOC) - Maintenance Concrete Patch Program

The contractor for RCOC will begin working on the Concrete Patch Program Friday, April 9th. There will be no full road closures, but motorists can except lane closures.  All work is weather dependent. 

Work areas: 
- Crooks, between Fountain Drive and Square Lake
- Big Beaver, Rochester to Dequindre
- Big Beaver, I-75 to just east of Livernois (expected to begin 4/26)
- Dequindre, Big Beaver to Long Lake
- John R, Maple to Long Lake
- Long Lake, east of Livernois to Rochester Road
- Long Lake, west of Northfield Parkway to Corporate Drive
- Maple, west of John R

This project will be managed by RCOC and questions can be directed t 877.858.4804 or dcsmail@rcoc.org. Start dates for each project will be updated on the RCOC website. Official press release is available here.



Local Road Construction 

Local road construction will be taking place in various locations throughout Troy this summer and fall. One way traffic will be maintained during all projects to allow emergency vehicle access, package delivery, and United States Postal Service delivery. Once new concrete is poured, a seven day cure time is necessary for the concrete to be strong enough for vehicle traffic. The contractor will deliver notices to residents who will have no access to their driveways two (2) days prior to concrete removal to allow residents to move their cars from driveways and garages. If you have special circumstances and need accommodations to access your home while your driveway is inaccessible, please call Scott Carruthers with the Department of Public Works at 248.524.3501. Concrete work is weather dependent and will be delayed after heavy rain events. For this reason, there is not a set schedule for each point of repair. Thank you for your patience and cooperation during construction.


Interested in more information about road repairs? Check out this video!



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