Thursday, August 5, 2021

Six Mile Road bridge closed during I-275 reconstruction

Construction barrels are already in place in the Northville area.

The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) closed the Six Mile Road bridge over I-275 last week for repairs which will continue approximately eight weeks. 

The I-275 exit and entrance ramps will remain open. Some lanes on 275 may close intermittently during off-peak hours for the bridge project.

The bridge closure is part of Revive 275, a project to repair and rebuild 24 miles of I-275 between Six Mile Road and Will Carlton Road in Wayne County in six phases over four years.

The Five Mile bridge repair was delayed until 2022, so the timeline on the Six Mile bridge project was moved up. 

For more information on Revive 275, visit https://revive 

Separately, Wayne County is resurfacing Seven Mile Road from Beck to Clement roads  and Northville Road between Seven Mile Road and Johnson Street.

Beck Road, the section from Curtis Road, south to Six Mile Road, is on hold pending some necessary surface treatment on the bridge over Johnson Creek. Once that bridge work is completed, the Wayne County road crew will return to resurface the remaining half mile. 

The exact timeline is unknown.