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Posted on: November 27, 2023

[ARCHIVED] PROJECTS THAT COULD DELAY TRAFFIC ON RCOC ROADS NOV. 27 AND DEC. 1 OR MIGHT START SHORTLY THEREAFTER

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The following projects may cause traffic delays on Road Commission for Oakland County (RCOC) roads between November 27 and December 1 or may start shortly thereafter. 

It is RCOC’s goal to conduct road improvement projects in a way that interferes with traffic as little as possible. This list includes both Road Commission projects and projects conducted by others, under permit, on roads under the jurisdiction of the Road Commission.

Please note: This information is subject to change. Projects can change from day to day, and traffic delays can develop in a matter of minutes due to weather, emergency situations, etc.

The project list is attached.                                         

Additional information about current and upcoming projects can also be viewed on the RCOC website:   RCOC 2023 Road Construction  (http://www.rcocweb.org/189/Road-Projects).       

Road Construction and Permit Projects (11/27/23 update)

ROAD

PROJECT LIMITS

COMMUNITY

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

CLOSURE

DETOUR

CONTRACTOR

PROJECT START

ESTIMATED COMPLETION

PROJECT INFORMATION

Davisburg Road/Broadway Road 

(PERMIT PROJECT)

Andersonville Road to Hickey Avenue

Springfield Township

Mill Pond dam removal, channel restoration, culvert installation and asphalt paving.

Yes, the road is closed. Business and residential access maintained east and west of the work zone.

Andersonville Rd to White Lake Rd to Dixie Hwy, back to Davisburg Rd/Broadway Rd and vice versa.

Anglin Civil, on behalf of Springfield Township

10/2

Mid-January

Davisburg Road/Broadway Road (Mill Pond/Dam Removal)

Dequindre Road (PERMIT PROJECT)

Hamlin Road to Avon Road

Rochester Hills and Shelby Township

Great Lakes Water Authority 96-inch water transmission pipe installation, reconstruction of Dequindre Road and replacement of the Honeywell Ditch culvert with a concrete structure.

Yes, business and residential access maintained.

Hamlin Rd to John R Rd to Avon Rd, back to Dequindre Rd and vice versa.

Ric-Man Clark Joint Venture on behalf of the Great Lakes Water Authority

11/6

Late November, 2024

Great Lakes Water Authority

Oxbow Lake Road culvert replacement over the Huron River

Cedar Island Road to Cooley Lake Road (work is south of the Cedar Island Lake access)

White Lake Township

Culvert removal and replacement that also includes asphalt paving over the vicinity of the culvert, new wing and headwalls and new guardrails.

Yes, the road is closed in the vicinity of the culvert. Residential and business access maintained north and south of the road closure. Cedar Island Lake access maintained north of the project.

Cooley Lake Rd to Bogie Lake Rd to Highland Rd (M-59) to Teggerdine Rd, back to Oxbow Lake Rd and vice versa.

Superior Contracting, Inc.

9/5

Mid-December

Oxbow Lake Road Culvert Replacement over the Huron River

Waldon Road (PHASE 1)

Baldwin Road to Clintonville Road

Independence Township and Orion Township

A two-year project that includes gravel road paving with asphalt, replacement of culverts, shared-use pathway along a section of Waldon Rd, paved road shoulders and stream improvement. A roundabout at Clintonville/Waldon Rd will be built in 2024.

Yes, the road is closed. Access to homes and businesses maintained.

Baldwin Rd to Maybee Rd to Clintonville Rd, back to Waldon Rd and vice versa. Waldon Rd, just east of Clintonville Rd, is closed until approximately mid-Dec. for bad soil excavation and installation of a temporary culvert.

Dan's Excavating

6/19

Mid-December for Phase 1 completion. Phase 2 construction will start in early 2024, date TBA.

Waldon Road, Clintonville to Baldwin Road

TBA (To Be Annouced)

1 of 1 TBTA (To Be Announced)

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