The following was issued by the City on Aug 7, 2020
As noted below, this is preliminary repair work being done in advance of surface preservation work planned for early to mid-September 2020.
Notice of Temporary Traffic Control Plan:
City of Ann Arbor Street Preventative Maintenance Project
Boardwalk Drive, Dexter Avenue,
Glazier Way, Pittsfield Boulevard, Thompson Street,
Victors Way and West Stadium Boulevard
Wednesday, Aug. 12– Saturday, Aug. 29
Location and Limits of Affected Areas:
Boardwalk Drive from Victors Way to East Eisenhower Parkway, Dexter Avenue from North Maple Road to West Huron Street/Jackson Avenue, Glazier Way from South Huron Parkway to Green Road, Pittsfield Boulevard from Packard Road to Washtenaw Service Drive, Thompson Street from Packard Street to East Liberty Street, Victors Way from South State Street to Boardwalk Drive, and West Stadium Boulevard from Pauline Boulevard to Hutchins Avenue.
Description of Work:
The city’s contractor, Strawser Construction, and subcontractors, Asphalt Specialists and Scodeller Construction, will be performing intermittent road repairs as part of the City of Ann Arbor’s Street Preventative Maintenance Project. Construction activities involve asphalt patching, and crack and joint filling at various locations to address deteriorated areas of pavement. Performance of this work is in advance of surface preservation work planned for early to mid-September.
Temporary Traffic Control Plan:
Beginning on Wednesday, Aug. 12, 2020, work will start on West Stadium Boulevard; and once complete, progress in order to Dexter Avenue, East Liberty Street, Thompson Street, Boardwalk Drive, Victor’s Way, Glazier Way, and Pittsfield Boulevard. The contractors will control traffic on these streets utilizing intermittent lane closures in each direction of travel and flagging operations. Work is expected to be completed by Saturday, Aug. 29, 2020, weather permitting.
The contractors will maintain bicycle and pedestrian traffic during construction.
For the safety of all, please reduce speeds and drive cautiously through the work zone.
More information can be found at www.a2gov.org/roads