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A Better Road Ahead

Project Updates

- Starting 4/23 - They will begin staging work at Drahner, setting up signals, signs, and reducing lanes to one in each direction

 

Week of 4/27 the Eastbound intersection at Drahner will be closing (Stage 1). This closure will last about 3 weeks. Work at Indianwood & Goldengate will also be commencing.

 

- Around Memorial Day - Once the work at the eastbound intersection of Drahner is completed, the westbound intersection will close and M24 will be one lane only northbound (Stage 2A).

- Consumers utility work is 100% complete south of Burdick. They are wrapping up the remainder of their work now, but they won’t be able to do the final tie in at residences/businesses until the Stay Home order is lifted as access to homes/business is needed to be able to do that.

 

- Vibration Monitoring will be conducted around the first week of May. All those affected will be notified by mail.

 

- The Contractor & MDOT are making accommodations for workers in respect to COVID-19. Employee safety is very important to them.

 

- Timeline for completion is still on schedule for Mid-November

The Michigan Department of Transportation is responsible for the maintenance of M-24, including all of Washington Street within the Village limits. MDOT will be coordinating, and completely funding the four-mile M-24 Road Reconstruction project, valued at an estimated $25,000,000 investment.

 

In preparation for the project, Consumers, DTE, & AT&T is currently making needed updates. 

The project has two components - replacement of the road & a streetscape improvement

The reconstruction will be done in phases, and detours will change periodically.

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With more then 10 million vehicles traveling through Downtown Oxford annually, M-24 has reached the point of needing critical repair. The central artery of Michigan commerce has been vital to Oxford's growth and success for nearly 100 years, and its restoration will pave the way for a brighter future.

Beginning in 2020, The Michigan Department of Transportation in partnership with the Village of Oxford DDA will lead the effort to completely RESTORE M-24, improving infrastructure, streetscape and pedestrian walkways. 

Our community is unique and has always served as a hub for social gatherings by providing a distinct sense of place. This opportunity will ensure Downtown Oxford continues to be a thriving place to live work, and play.

The Village of Oxford DDA

22 W. Burdick St.

Oxford, MI 48371

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