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Rolling Greens Subdivision, Green Oak Township
Posted: Tuesday, July 25, 2017
A few residents of the Rolling Greens Subdivision drew this picture for the crews working on their subdivision roads to show their appreciation.  This really brightened the crews day!  Thank you!!!

 

Hacker Road Construction
Posted: Wednesday, July 19, 2017
The following project is expected to be underway soon.  As always, weather adversities, changes in contractor’s schedules, or other factors could alter the timing described in this advisory.  The Livingston County Road Commission will issue revised advisories for those projects with high traffic impacts.

Township: Genoa
Roadway: Hacker Road between Grand River and south entrance of Clark Lk Rd
Starting Date: Monday, July 24, 2017 at 8:00 am
Project Purpose: Road Resurfacing
Nature of Work: Mill existing pavement and resurface in 2 separate courses
Traffic Impact: Major impact due to high traffic volumes.  Traffic will be maintained by flagging operations but long queues are anticipated.  Alternate routes are highly recommended.
Other Notes: Milling operations will begin Monday and continue into Tuesday.  Paving the first course is scheduled for Wednesday, weather dependent.

Hamburg Roads Rehabilitation
Posted: July 12, 2017
Hamburg Road work from Old Hamburg Road north to the cemetery and Livingston, Pearl, Stone and Washington Streets is scheduled to begin Thursday, July 13, 2017.  The road will be crushed and shaped.  The roads will be graded and chloride will be applied until the asphalt paving begins shortly after.  Traffic will be maintained through flag control. 

Beginning July 17th, the Contractor will be milling Hamburg Rd from the township line to Old Hamburg Rd and from the Cemetery to M-36.  Again traffic will be maintained through flag control and emergency vehicles will be given priority.

MDOT US-23 Bridge Projects
Posted: July 6, 2017
Work continues on the US-23 bridge project in Livingston County.  Please be advised of the following scheduled closures which are weather dependent.  If you have any questions, please contact the MDOT at 810-227-4681.

US-23 at Faussett Road
NB US-23 at Faussett Road will have a single lane closures between 7:30 pm and 10 am tonight, July 6.

SB US-23 at Faussett Road will have a single lane closures between 7 pm and 6 am tonight, July 6.

US-23 at Crouse Road
NB & SB US-23 at Crouse Rd will have a single lane closure beginning July 7 at 8 pm through July 10 at 6 am and again beginning on July 14 at 8 pm through July 17 at 6 am.

US-23 at White Lake Road
NB & SB US-23 at White Lake Rd will have a single lane closure beginning July 7 at 8 pm through July 10 at 6 am and again beginning on July 14 at 8 pm through July 17 at 6 am.

Lee Road Bridge Closure (Update)
The Lee Road bridge will now close on July 17 at 7 a.m. and remain closed through July 19 at 5 p.m.  The posted detour will be Fieldcrest Dr to Silver Lake Rd to Whitmore Lake Rd.

Faussett Road Bridge Closure (Update)
The Faussett Rd bridge at US-23 will be closed starting now on July 12 at 7 a.m. through July 14 at 5 p.m.  The posted detour will be Old US-23 to Center Rd to Runyan Lake Rd

White Lake Road Bridge Lane Closure (Update)
The White Lake Road bridge at US-23 will have a single lane closure starting now on July 12 at 7 a.m. through July 14 at 5 p.m.  A temporary traffic signal will be used to maintain traffic across the bridge.


D-19/Coon Lake and Brighton Road Project Updates
The D-19 / Coon Lake project is mostly done crews still have to place some material, mostly south of Coon Lake, behind/beyond the gravel shoulder. That will only take a couple of days of work, however weather may delay that work. A few driveways also need to be done before painting and final completion

Brighton Road construction has begun.  This project limits are from the Brighton City limits to Bauer Road. Beginning after July 4th, crews will work at night to mill out and replace the pavement, which should take about 5 days.  Any daytime work will be done under flagger control.  The project should be done by mid-July.

Spencer Road from I-96, east to Old US-23 night paving is scheduled on this Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, weather permitting.

As always, weather adversities, changes in contractor’s schedules, or other factors could alter the timing of construction.  Please expect delays when travelling through work zones.  Motorists may want to seek alternate routes during construction.

 

 

 

 

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