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Platt Road

Location of roadwork:
Between Willis Road and Bemis Road


When is the work being done:
Base Repair: April, Paving: 04/25/2018 through 05/10/2018

Description of work:
Drainage Improvements, Mill & Resurfacing

Impact on Traffic:
This section is currently closed to all traffic, it will remain closed until repairs are made

Funding Source(s):
Michigan Transportation Fund (MTF)

Latest Updates

May 7, 2018 Road Reopening: Platt Road

WHEN: Effective Monday, May 7, 2018

WHERE: Platt Road between Willis Road and Bemis Road in York Township and Platt Road between Merritt Road and Michigan Avenue (U.S.-12) in Pittsfield Township.

WHY: Completion of Road Improvement Project

BACKGROUND: On Monday, May 7, 2018, the Washtenaw County Road Commission (WCRC) re-opened both sections of Platt Road in York and Pittsfield Townships.

In the coming days, there will be intermittent lane closures on these sections of Platt Road so WCRC can complete road shoulder work.

CONTACT: If you have any questions concerning this project, please contact Mike Bernbeck, (734) 327-5499 or bernbeckm@wcroads.org

For more information about WCRC road closures and re-openings visit wcroads.org/news/media-advisories.

ISSUE DATE: 05/07/18

April 24, 2018 Work Underway to Repair Platt Rd in York Township

Platt Road between Willis and Bemis has been closed to traffic since March 1, 2018 due to pavement failure. This means that the pavement was no longer safe for motorists to travel on, the clay base was starting to come up through the potholes on the road surface.

The Washtenaw County Road Commission (WCRC) is in the process of repairing sections of the road base and will begin paving work soon. WCRC hopes to have the road open in the next couple of weeks, weather dependent. The road will remain closed to traffic until the paving can be completed.

Thanks for your patience!

Click here to read the article announcing the repairs to Platt Road.

Contact information:
Adam Lape
    • 734-327-6697
Advisories and Detours