ANN ARBOR – Several sidewalks around downtown Ann Arbor are closing on Monday to allow for the installation of underground conduit and fiber optic cable as part of a technology infrastructure improvement project.
While pedestrian traffic will be maintained, there may be detours, pavement removal, meter bagging and parking space and through-traffic closures.
City of Ann Arbor Information Technology Department contractor Turnkey Network Solutions is anticipated to perform construction until Friday, Aug. 26, according to a notice from the city.
Here’s which streets will be impacted:
- East side of Fourth Avenue and Huron Street: sidewalk and lane closures
- West side of Fifth Avenue at Huron Street: sidewalk and lane closures
- East side of Division Street between Huron Street and Washington Street: bike lane and sidewalk closures
- Liberty Lane between Fourth and Fifth avenues: sidewalk closure and meter bagging
- the alley between Ashley Street and Main Street, and Liberty Street and William Street: no closures expected
- the alley between Main Street and Fourth Street, and Williams and Liberty streets: no closures expected
- West side of East University Avenue from Willard Street to South University: sidewalk and parking space closures
- South side of Willard Street between Forest Avenue and East University: sidewalk closure
- East side of Forest Avenue between Willard Street and South University Avenue: sidewalk closure and parking meter bagging
- Church Street at South University Avenue: lane closure and parking space closures
Learn more about Ann Arbor street and construction closures here.