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February 25, 2020
SEVEN MILE RD. BRIDGE OVER UPPER ROUGE RIVER UPDATE—DETROIT
_Motorists traveling on _****Seven Mile Rd. Bridge over Upper Rouge River will now need to adhere to new restrictions
DETROIT- After completing detailed inspections, the weight restrictions for Seven Mile Rd. Bridge over Upper Rouge River have been updated and will now be posted at 42/63/69 tons.
Informational signs have been posted to alert motorists. Inspections of the bridge will be conducted routinely. Motorists are cautioned to reduce speed when entering and exiting the bridge.
For vehicles over the posted weights, the following detours are enforced:
• If traveling eastbound on Seven Mile Road, use the truck detour route by turning right and take southbound Telegraph Road (US-24) to Six Mile (McNichols) Road. Enter into the far left lane and proceed past Six Mile (McNichols) Road. Use the left lane and enter the crossover to take northbound Telegraph Road (US-24) to Six Mile (McNichols) Road. Turn right and take eastbound Six Mile (McNichols) Road to Lahser Road, then turn left and take northbound Lahser Road to Seven Mile Road.
• If traveling westbound on Seven Mile Road, use the truck detour route by turning left and take southbound Lahser Road to Six Mile (McNichols) Road, then turn right and take westbound Six Mile (McNichols) Road to Telegraph Road (US-24), then turn right and take northbound Telegraph Road (US-24) to Seven Mile Road.
Wayne County is committed to the safety of its roads and bridges. The County has 231 bridges within its 43 communities. For updates and questions, the public can contact the Wayne County Roads Division at 888.ROAD.CREW.