Ashley Street in downtown Ann Arbor is closed for improvements
ANN ARBOR, MI – Street improvements will close Ashley Street which will lead to the Liberty Street intersection starting Monday May 3rd.
Ashley Street will be closed at the intersection of Liberty Street from 7 a.m. May 3-15 to allow for street improvements as part of the DDA / City of Ann Arbor First and Ashley Improvements Project.
Vehicles traveling north on Ashley Street will be diverted east on William Street, then north on Fourth Avenue, then west on Huron Street back to Ashley Street. Vehicles traveling east on Liberty Street will be diverted south on First Street, then east on William Street, and then north on Fourth Avenue back to Liberty Street, the city said.
Vehicles traveling west on Liberty Street will be diverted north on Fourth Avenue, then west on Huron Street, and south on First Street back to Liberty Street.
Local traffic on Ashley and Liberty will be maintained and the local businesses will remain open and accessible. The through traffic for pedestrians is maintained on one side of the street at all times.
The city expects the work to be completed and the intersection to be open again to vehicular traffic going west on Liberty and vehicular traffic north on Ashley at 5:00 p.m. on May 15.
For everyone’s safety, the city urges drivers to slow down and drive carefully through work areas.
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