The I-75 Modernization Project will deliver the first High-Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) lane in Michigan.
Accelerated project construction will get Michigan moving smarter, safer, sooner.
Sustainable transportation across the state is vital to Michigan’s quality of life and economy.
Connecting families, business and regions across the state.
The diverging diamond interchange (DDI) design will modernize the Big Beaver Road interchange and improve both vehicle and pedestrian safety.
Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) technology will monitor real-time traffic conditions along the I-75 corridor.
A new tunnel will collect stormwater drainage from the corridor to support safe travel.
You can also use the the interactive map on the MDOT MiDrive site (https://mdotjboss.state.mi.us/MiDrive/map) to see open/closed ramps.
Until reconstruction of the Meyers Ave, John R Road, and Woodwards Hgts bridges are complete, the overpasses crossing I-75 that will be open to traffic are:
Lanes and Ramps:
Lanes and Ramps:
The following projects are not part of the I-75 Modernization project, however are in adjacent areas.
Nearby MDOT Projects:
Nearby Local City and Agency Projects:
- Road Commission for Oakland County
- Gordie Howe International Bridge Project (I-75 between west of Springwells Street to east of Clark Street)
- Innovate Mound (11 Mile Road to M-59)
- Moving Macomb
- City of Royal Oak Road Projects
- City of Madison Heights Road Projects
- City of Hazel Park Road Projects
- City of Troy Road Projects
- Bloomfield Township Road Projects
- City of Auburn Hills Road Projects
Open house meetings were held for Segment 2 on Thursday, February 20th and for Segment 3 on Thursday, February 13th. For information on what was presented, please see the respective segment Resources and Links pages or Contact the segment you need information for.
No other public meetings/events currently scheduled. Please check back for any upcoming meetings/events.
North of 8 Mile Road to 9 Mile Road (No audio)
I-75 South of Meyers Avenue to John R Road Mar 2020 (No audio)
I-75 South of Meyers Avenue to John R Road Apr 2020 (No audio)
Meyers Bridge Demolition Feb 29 2020 (No audio)
I-75 I-696 Interchange Tunnel Shaft Site Feb 3 2020 (No audio)
I-75 Oakland County Freeway Improvements (With audio)
I-75 Big Beaver Road Interchange Proposed DDI (No audio)
Closure on Coolidge Highway to Pour Bridge Deck on I-75
Weather permitting, crews will close Coolidge Highway from 12 am to 9 am on Thursday, July 9th to pour the new bridge deck. The suggested alternate route during this closure for northbound Coolidge Highway is east on Long Lake Road, to north on Crooks Road, to west on Square Lake Road. For southbound Coolidge Highway the suggested alternate route is west on Square Lake Road, to south on Adams Road, to east on Long Lake Road. Thank you for your patience.
I-75 SEGMENT THREE LOCAL SERVICE DRIVE STARTING MONDAY, JULY 13TH
The east and westbound I-75 Service Drive at Meyers Avenue will be closed continuously from 7 a.m. Monday, July 13th until 7 a.m. Monday, July 20th, for traffic signal foundation work.
I-75 SEGMENT THREE LOCAL SERVICE DRIVE CLOSURES THROUGH FRIDAY, AUGUST 14TH
The following east and westbound intersections at the I-75 northbound Service Drive will be closed until 5 p.m. Friday, August 14th, to facilitate water main relocation and bridge construction.
- George Avenue
- Bernhard Avenue
- Meyers Avenue
- Pearl Avenue
- Highland Avenue
I-75 SEGMENT THREE LOCAL SERVICE DRIVE AND ROAD CLOSURE STARTING MONDAY, JULY 13TH
The northbound I-75 Service Drive from 8 Mile Road to N of Bernhard Avenue, will have a continuous total lane closure from Monday, July 13th, at 8 a.m. until Wednesday, August 12th at 5 a.m. The closure includes associated side street approaches to facilitate necessary ramp construction.
Westbound M-102 (8 Mile Road) from Russell Avenue to N Chrysler Drive will also have a continuous single right lane closure during this time.
Segment 3 2020 Tentative Bridge Construction Plan - UPDATED
While road construction was considered an essential function during the stay-home order, there are many aspects of work on projects that were impacted due to COVID-19. Due to these impacts, there have been changes to the estimated reopen dates of bridges between 8 Mile Rd. and I-696. A list of the impacted bridges with new estimated time frames is below. We have also updated the Tentative Bridge Construction Schedule for easy reference. Road closures and lane restrictions in place for this bridge work will also be extended until these bridges are re-opened.
- Woodward Heights open late Jul 2020
- Orchard Ave Pedestrian demo late Jul 2020; open late Oct 2020
- 9 Mile Bridge 30 day closure beginning in Sep 2020
- John R Road open early Sep 2020
- Harry Ave Pedestrian OPEN
- Meyers Ave open early Sep 2020
- Bernhard Pedestrian demo early July 2020; open early Oct 2020
Harry Avenue Pedestrian Bridge Reopens!
The Modernize 75 team is excited to announce the reopening of the Harry Avenue Pedestrian bridge! This bridge was closed and demolished in late February and has now reopened. Thank you to the neighbors of this project for your ongoing patience as the project gets closer to completion every day. For more information and project updates, sign up for the Modernize 75 email notifications at www.Modernize75.com.