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Waterloo Road Chipseal

Location of roadwork:
County line to M-52

Township:
Lyndon

When is the work being done:
08/25

Description of work:
Chipseal

Impact on Traffic:
Intermittent lane closures

Funding Source(s):
Four-Year Road and Non-Motorized Path Millage

Latest Updates

August 25, 2020 Lane Restrictions: Waterloo Road (Lyndon Twp)

WHEN: Starting Tuesday, August 25, 2020

WHERE: Waterloo Road between the county line and M-52 in Lyndon Township

WHY: Preventative maintenance – fog seal

BACKGROUND: Starting in the afternoon of Tuesday, August 25, 2020, the Washtenaw County Road Commission (WCRC) will apply a fog seal on Waterloo Road between the county line and M-52 in Lyndon Township.

Fog seal is another thin layer of liquid asphalt placed on top of a recent chip seal that helps to seal in the chips and further protect the pavement. This work will be conducted under lane restrictions and all vehicles must stay off the fog seal while it cures. Curing time depends on several factors including weather.

This work is expected to be completed by Wednesday, August 26. However, all dates are tentative and subject to change due to weather conditions.

Once the fog seal has been completed, WCRC’s contractor will return to place permanent pavement markings in the coming weeks.

CONTACT: If you have any questions concerning this work, please contact Ken Harris, superintendent of maintenance, (734) 327-6696, harrisk@wcroads.org.

ISSUE DATE: 08/25/20

July 15, 2020 Lane Restrictions: Waterloo Road (Lyndon Twp)

WHEN: Thursday, July 16, 2020

WHERE: Waterloo Road between the county line and M-52 in Lyndon Township

WHY: Preventative maintenance – chip seal

BACKGROUND: On Thursday, July 16, 2020, the Washtenaw County Road Commission (WCRC) will begin a preventative maintenance chip seal project on Waterloo Road between the county line and M-52 in Lyndon Township.

The road will not be closed to traffic, but delays are likely due to lane restrictions. WCRC encourages motorists, emergency services and others to use an alternate route.

The road improvements are expected to take approximately one day. However, all dates are tentative and subject to change due to weather conditions.

Once the road is back open, drivers are advised to lower their speeds to 35 mph while the stone settles. WCRC will return to this area in a few weeks to apply a fog seal on top of the chip seal and place permanent pavement markings.

CONTACT: If you have any questions concerning this work, please contact Ken Harris, superintendent of maintenance, (734) 327-6696, harrisk@wcroads.org.

ISSUE DATE: 07/15/20

Contact information:
Ken Harris or Adam Lape
    • (734) 327-6696 or (734) 327-6697
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