Temporary Traffic Control on E. Nine Mile Starting September 9th

August 28, 2019

E. Nine Mile Road (between Leland and Paxton) will have temporary traffic control beginning Monday, September 9th and will conclude by October 1st. The work is necessary as part of the 409 on 9 Mile development construction to replace curbs, sidewalk, other items safely. As part of the development, new sidewalk and on-street public parking spaces will be installed.

During this time, traffic on E. 9 Mile will be reduced to one lane. A traffic flagger will be on-street to guide two-way traffic between 7:00am-3pm each day. Two-way travel shall be maintained between 3pm and 7:00am and whenever no work is being performed. The contractor is not permitted to work and the road will be open during September 20th to September 22nd for the DIY and Funky Ferndale Art Fair. An alternate route on Hilton, Cambourne, and Bermuda) will have posted signage as well.

The traffic control plans have been reviewed by City departments, including Police and Engineering. To learn more about the 409 on 9 Mile project, please visit the City's project page.

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