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Road Construction - Ann Arbor
Took a drive to Ann Arbor yesterday.

There is considerable construction on Jackson Road, West Stadium, and
Main Street. The Main - Stadium intersection is a BEAR!
08-31-2009 09:11 AM
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RE: Road Construction - Ann Arbor
(08-31-2009 09:11 AM)antiquity Wrote:  Took a drive to Ann Arbor yesterday.

There is considerable construction on Jackson Road, West Stadium, and
Main Street. The Main - Stadium intersection is a BEAR!

Jackson Road is fine aside from Parker to Zeeb. It's annoying but it's OK.

Stadium, Main, and State all suck.
Stadium from Post Office to the curve is bad. Oh, and the Stadium bridge over State is being neglected/shoddily repaired.
Main off 23 is ridiculous even on a good day. Main/Stadium, my advice, find a way around.
State - The worst! Construction near the Stimson intersection should cause even more frustrations than everything else, unless you plan on trying the golf course.

Normally this stuff is done around art fair time but this is awful.
(This post was last modified: 08-31-2009 04:22 PM by mac_helmets.)
08-31-2009 04:20 PM
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