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Hines Drive Construction 2019County project will affect regional drivers

Wayne County will be resurfacing Hines Drive between Ford Road and Outer Drive beginning Tuesday, September 3. 

This is a federally-funded Wayne County project and the City of Dearborn has no involvement in the construction. However, the City recognizes that Dearborn drivers and Ford Road traffic will be impacted.

The following information has been provided by Wayne County:

WHAT'S BEING DONE?
Construction will include resurfacing of existing pavement and related improvements of roadway from Outer Drive to M-153 (Ford) ramps in the cities of Dearborn and Dearborn Heights.

WHEN WILL WORK TAKE PLACE?
Construction work will begin Tuesday, September 3 and is expected to conclude by mid-October.

WHAT SHOULD I EXPECT?
Two-way traffic access will be available to picnic area parking near the middle of the construction area at all times. Hines Drive will be closed to traffic while portions of construction commence with proper signage and notification.

At all other times, two-way traffic will be open. The Hines Park Bike Path Crossing at the ramp to East-Bound Ford/M-153 will be closed to traffic during construction of the ramp. The closure of the bike path crossing is expected for two weeks. At all other times, two-way accesses on the bike path will be open. Please use caution when driving through work zones.

FOR MORE INFORMATION

Residents can sign up for Hines Drive alerts here: HINES DRIVE ALERTS.
Contact the 24 hour customer service center at 888 ROAD CREW (762-3273)
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