The web Browser you are currently using is unsupported, and some features of this site may not work as intended. Please update to a modern browser such as Chrome, Firefox or Edge to experience all features Michigan.gov has to offer.
Revive 275 project update: Southbound I-275 closed from I-96/M-14 interchange to I-94 for repairs next weekend
May 26, 2022
PLYMOUTH, Mich. - Southbound I-275 will be closed from the I-96/M-14 interchange to I-94 from 8 p.m. Friday, June 3, through 5 a.m. Monday, June 6, to make repairs on the deteriorating road surface. Crews will reopen these lanes earlier if work can be completed sooner. Southbound I-275 traffic will be detoured via eastbound I-96 to southbound M-39, then westbound I-94 to southbound I-275.
The following ramps will also be closed during this work:
- Eastbound and westbound M-14 ramps to southbound I-275,
- Southbound I-275 exit/entrance ramps at Ann Arbor Road,
- Southbound I-275 exit/entrance ramps at M-153 (Ford Road),
- Southbound I-275 exit/entrance ramps at US-12 (Michigan Avenue),
- Southbound I-275 exit/entrance ramps at Ecorse Road, and
- Southbound I-275 exit ramps to I-94.
Once southbound I-275 reopens, the southbound I-275 ramp to westbound M-14 will be closed through the end of June. Traffic will be detoured to eastbound I-96, then northbound Farmington Road to westbound I-96/M-14. An alternative detour is southbound I-275 to eastbound Ann Arbor Road, then northbound I-275 to westbound M-14.
Beginning at 5 a.m. Monday, June 13, the eastbound and westbound M-14/I-96 ramps to southbound I-275 will be closed through early September. Traffic will be detoured to northbound I-275, then westbound 7 Mile Road to southbound I-275.
Based on economic modeling, the Revive275 project and its $270 million investment is expected to directly and indirectly support 3,429 jobs. Project information can be found at Revive275.org.