Woman killed in violent crash on Gratiot Avenue in Roseville
ROSEVILLE, Mich. – A 24-year-old woman was killed Monday morning when her vehicle crashed along Gratiot Avenue in Roseville. Southbound Gratiot Avenue was closed from Utica Road to Martin Road after the deadly crash. Investigators with Roseville police say that initial reports indicated the vehicle that caused the crash was traveling near 100 miles per hour, lost control and struck two other vehicles. Breaking: Horrible crash in Roseville on Gratiot near Utica. The 24-year-old woman, who police said was driving the speeding vehicle, was killed.
Woman killed in crash on Gratiot Avenue in Roseville
Deadly Crash on Gratiot Avenue in RosevilleROSEVILLE, Mich. – Southbound Gratiot Avenue is closed from Utica Road to Martin Road due to a deadly crash. Investigators with Roseville police say that initial reports indicate the vehicle that caused the crash was traveling near 100 miles per hour, lost control and struck two other vehicles. One of the vehicles struck a nearby building, causing substantial damage. A 24-year-old woman who was driving one of the vehicles was killed. The other drivers are expected to be OK.Police continue to investigate the crash.
Section of Jefferson Street in Ann Arbor closed through April 9
ANN ARBOR – Jefferson Street from Ashley Street to First Street closed Monday morning to through traffic for road construction that is expected to last until 5 p.m. on April 9. According to the city, cars traveling westbound on Jefferson Street will be detoured north on Ashley Street, east on William Street, and south on First Street. Cars traveling eastbound will be detoured south on First Street, east on Madison Street, and north on Ashley. Property owners on Jefferson located in the work zone will be able to access the road throughout the project. Pedestrian traffic will be maintained by the contractor during the project, but some detours may be implemented depending on project developments.
City of Ann Arbor: Sanitary sewer overflow caused South Main Street shutdown on Monday
ANN ARBOR – The city of Ann Arbor announced on Tuesday afternoon that the temporary shutdown of all lanes of S. Main Street on Monday was a result of a sanitary sewer overflow. According to the city, a contractor was working on a sanitary sewer relining project in the mid morning when it experienced a by-pass pumping failure. As a result, an estimated 10,000 gallons of sanitary sewage was released onto South Main Street. “The by-pass operation was being done to divert the sanitary sewer while the contractor cleaned the sewer main in advance of lining the pipe,” reads a news release. City of Ann Arbor staff notified the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes and Energy, in observance of regulatory protocols.
City of Ann Arbor: All lanes of South Main Street between Madison, Packard closed
ANN ARBOR – UPDATE: All lanes of this area of S. Main Street have reopened. Read: City of Ann Arbor: Sanitary sewer overflow caused South Main Street shutdown on MondayIf you’re heading out of the house any time soon, avoid South Main Street. Currently all lanes are closed between Madison and Packard as crews work to repair a sanitary sewer line, according to an update from the city of Ann Arbor. It is unclear at this time when the work will be completed, but we will update this story when the issue is resolved. For more information about road and lane closures in Ann Arbor, including a real time map of the city’s streets and highways, click here.
South Main Street in Ann Arbor to close Thursday for crane work
ANN ARBOR – The city will be closing both directions of South Main Street between East William Street and Packard Street on Thursday from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. to facilitate crane work. The city has posted this detour map so drivers are aware of what to expect. The closure will only affect a one-block stretch of road, but with Main Street being a major thoroughfare, the detours may slightly slow your commute. Access will be maintained for local businesses at all times during the construction work while pedestrians will also be detoured along the same route as vehicles. Emergency vehicles are also advised to take the posted detour below:
Oakland County deputies say Adams Road in Rochester Hills reopened
ROCHESTER HILLS, Mich. – The Oakland County Sheriff’s Office said Adams Road in Rochester Hills has now reopened after it was closed between Hillendale Drive and Avon Road due to icy road conditions. Drivers were advised to seek an alternate route at the time. READ: Metro Detroit weather: 2-3 inches of snow by Friday morning, then bitter cold
Part of SB I-75 closed in Detroit through Thursday morning
DETROIT – Southbound lanes on I-75 will be closed on Detroit’s west side overnight Wednesday, Feb. 3 and into the morning of Thursday, Feb. 4, officials say. UPDATE -- 3:40 p.m.: All southbound lanes on I-75 are now open after Seven Mile Road. UPDATE -- 3:11 p.m.: Only the right lane on southbound I-75 after Seven Mile Road remains closed Thursday afternoon. UPDATE -- 2 p.m.: Southbound I-75 was open Thursday afternoon along this stretch, however traffic was backed up. Southbound I-75 lanes between Seven Mile and E. McNichols roads will be closed through Thursday morning due to bridge repairs.
Part of I-75 closed in Detroit Tuesday due to vehicle fire
DETROIT – Northbound lanes are closed on parts of I-75 in Detroit Tuesday afternoon due to a vehicle fire, officials say. UPDATE: As of 6 p.m. Tuesday, all northbound lanes on I-75 at Gratiot Avenue have reopened. As of 1:15 p.m. Tuesday, northbound I-75 is closed at Mack Avenue due to the vehicle fire. As of 1:50 p.m. Tuesday, northbound I-375 is closed at I-75 in Detroit. Other on NB I-75Location: NB I-75 at MackLanes Blocked: All LanesEvent Type: OtherCounty: WayneEvent Message: FREEWAY CLOSED due to a vehicle fire — MDOT - Metro Detroit (@MDOT_MetroDet) November 24, 2020More: Traffic News
New Ann Arbor roads closures to start Monday
ANN ARBOR, Mich. – Expect delays next Monday when two new road closures in downtown Ann Arbor begin. Northwest-bound traffic will use Maiden Lane to access Broadway Street, Plymouth Road or Moore Street. At 9 a.m. the same day, East William Street between South Main Street and South Fourth Avenue will close for ten days for road work. Eastbound traffic on West William Street will be detoured to South Main Street, Packard Street, South Fourth Avenue and onto East William Street. Traffic coming in the opposite direction will do the reverse by detouring to South Fourth Avenue, Packard Street, South Main Street and then to West William Street.
New road closures to start in Ann Arbor Monday, will continue through November
ANN ARBOR, Mich. – Starting Monday, numerous road closures will begin impacting traffic around Ann Arbor and will continue through November. Closures include the intersection on Miller Avenue and First Street, and parts of West Madison Street, South Fifth Avenue, Holl Street, South Division Street and East Hoover Avenue. To avoid the intersection, westbound Miller Avenue traffic will be detoured to Main Street then westbound on Huron Street to Seventh Street and back to Miller Avenue. Traffic heading east will experience the reverse by being detoured to Seventh Street, eastbound on Huron Street to Main Street and then back to Miller Avenue. Construction closures on West Madison Street, South Fifth Avenue, Holl Street, South Division Street and East Hoover Avenue are scheduled to be closed through 5 p.m. on Nov. 30.
Section of Liberty Street to close in Ann Arbor Thursday through Saturday
ANN ARBOR – If you’re driving in the downtown area, you’ll want to avoid the intersection of Liberty and First streets for the next couple of days. Liberty Street will be near the intersection of First Street starting at 7 a.m. on Thursday for road paving. Cars traveling on Liberty westbound will be detoured south onto Main Street, west onto William Street and north onto Second Street and then back onto Liberty. Cars traveling eastbound will be detoured south onto Second Street, east onto William Street, north onto Ashley Street and then back onto Liberty. Traffic between First and Main streets, Second and First streets and pedestrian traffic on one side of the street will be maintained.
Southbound I-375 closed for 2 weeks at Larned Street in Detroit due to emergency repairs
DETROIT – Southbound I-375 will be closed at Larned Street in Detroit for about two weeks for emergency repairs, according to the Michigan Department of Transportation. Crews are closing the highway for concrete repair and curing in cold temperatures, officials said. All southbound traffic will exit at Larned Street, just north of Jefferson Avenue. The diversion will last through early November. One northbound lane of I-375 will be closed through Tuesday (Oct. 20).
Police investigate multiple vehicle, semi truck crash in Ypsilanti Township
YPSILANTI TOWNSHIP, Mich. – The Washtenaw County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a multiple-vehicle crash involving four cars and a semi truck on Wednesday afternoon. According to authorities, at about 1:30 p.m. the traffic crash occurred at the intersection of Rawsonville and Textile roads in Ypsilanti Township. Officials say individuals involved sustained serious injuries, though the full extent of the injuries has not been released. So far no deaths have been reported in connection with this crash. The intersection was initially closed for further investigation and has since reopened.
Eastbound M-14 ramp leaving Ann Arbor to close overnight
ANN ARBOR, Mich. Those leaving Ann Arbor by eastbound M-14 tonight and Friday night will have to find another route. From 9 p.m. Monday to 6 a.m. Tuesday, the northbound U.S. 23 ramp to eastbound M-14 ramp will be temporarily closed for construction, according to the Michigan Department of Transportation. The same ramp will also be closed overnight from 9 p.m. on Friday to 8 a.m. Saturday. The ramp is located next to Dominos Farms Office Park. Sign up for our email newsletter here!
Broken electrical pole closes Pontiac Trail west of New Hudson Airport in Lyon Township
LYON TOWNSHIP, Mich. – Pontiac Trail west of New Hudson Airport is closed due to a broken electrical pole, the Lyon Township Fire Department announced Monday afternoon. As of now it is unknown when the area will open back up to traffic. Stay with ClickOnDetroit for traffic updates.