Cranbrook Road

Project limits:   14 Mile Road to Maple Road 

Communities:  Bloomfield Township and City of Birmingham

Project funding:  The $1.396 million dollar project is funded by the R.C.O.C., City of Birmingham, Bloomfield Township and Tri-Party funding through Oakland County.  Additionally, Birmingham Schools is contributing to the Midvale traffic signal.  

Project information:

  • 1.2 miles of road will be resurfaced with asphalt
  • Concrete curbs and gutters
  • Americans with Disability Act (ADA)-compliant sidewalks ramp improvements
  • Pavement markings
  • Traffic signal modernization
  • Safety improvements that include reconstructing the section between Lincoln and Maple roads as a three-lane road with a continuous center left-turn lane and three-foot-wide paved shoulders
  • Work on Maple Road from Cranbrook Road to Glengarry Road

Contractor:  Pro-Line Asphalt   

Start date:  June 14, with a lane closure.  The road is expected to close to through traffic beginning June 17.  

End date:  Late August (traffic signal work will continue until approximately early October)

Road closure:  Yes. 

  • Residential, business and school access maintained.  
  • The Cranbrook Road detour for through traffic is 14 Mile Road to Lahser Road to Maple Road, back to Cranbrook/Covington Road and vice versa.  
  • Additionally, the detour for Lincoln Road traffic is Southfield Road to Maple Road and vice versa. 
  • Maple Road will remain open to through traffic with lane restrictions from Cranbrook to Glengarry Road when necessary.  

Additional Information:  

Cranbrook Road construction flier

Downtown News Magazine article on Cranbrook Road work scheduled for 2021

Resurfacing and safety improvements on Cranbrook Road from Maple to 14 Mile Road set to begin June 14