Recent Projects

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Projects:

In Progress

W. Marshall Resurfacing (2020)
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W. Marshall, between Woodward Avenue and Allen, is scheduled for resurfacing during the 2020 construction season.

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Woodward Heights Resurfacing (2019)
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Woodward Heights, between Bermuda and Lennox, beginnin in April 2019.

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Pinecrest Resurfacing (South of W. Nine Mile) (2019)
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Pinecrest, between 8 Mile Road and W. Nine Mile Road, will be resurfaced beginning in April 2019.

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W. Nine Mile Redesign with Oak Park (2019)
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W. Nine Mile, between Pinecrest and Republic, will be redesigned for users of all ages and abilities during spring of 2019 as part of a joint grant-funded project with City of Oak Park.

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Gainsboro Street Resurfacing (2018)
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Gainsboro Street between Woodward Heights and 9 Mile Road will be resurfaced in 2018 with new bike lanes to improve the existing north/south bike route connection to north Ferndale and 9 Mile.

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Neighborhood Traffic Calming Program
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The City created a neighborhood traffic calming program in 2016 to respond to the need to slow vehicles and increase safety on residential streets.

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Livernois Street Resurfacing (2018)
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Livernois Street between 8 Mile Road and 9 Mile Road will be resurfaced in 2018 with best practices in street design.

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Hilton Road (2016)
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Learn about the Hilton Road Project

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East Nine Mile Road Road Diet (2015)
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The City of Ferndale completed its East Nine Mile Road multi-modal and resurfacing project in Summer 2015. The project area was East Nine Mile from Woodward Avenue to West End Street and funded by the City of Ferndale Major Roads and Federal Highway SAFETEA 3R Grant.

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Woodward Corridor Neighborhood Bicycle Network (2016)
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The over 14 mile highly visible bicycle route will allow residents to connect with schools, libraries and downtowns through Woodward Corridor communities without having to ride on Woodward Avenue.

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W. Marshall Resurfacing (2020)

W. Marshall, between Woodward Avenue and Allen, is scheduled for resurfacing during the 2020 construction season.

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Woodward Heights Resurfacing (2019)

Woodward Heights, between Bermuda and Lennox, beginnin in April 2019.

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Pinecrest Resurfacing (South of W. Nine Mile) (2019)

Pinecrest, between 8 Mile Road and W. Nine Mile Road, will be resurfaced beginning in April 2019.

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W. Nine Mile Redesign with Oak Park (2019)

W. Nine Mile, between Pinecrest and Republic, will be redesigned for users of all ages and abilities during spring of 2019 as part of a joint grant-funded project with City of Oak Park.

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Gainsboro Street Resurfacing (2018)

Gainsboro Street between Woodward Heights and 9 Mile Road will be resurfaced in 2018 with new bike lanes to improve the existing north/south bike route connection to north Ferndale and 9 Mile.

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Neighborhood Traffic Calming Program

The City created a neighborhood traffic calming program in 2016 to respond to the need to slow vehicles and increase safety on residential streets.

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Livernois Street Resurfacing (2018)

Livernois Street between 8 Mile Road and 9 Mile Road will be resurfaced in 2018 with best practices in street design.

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Hilton Road (2016)

Learn about the Hilton Road Project

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East Nine Mile Road Road Diet (2015)

The City of Ferndale completed its East Nine Mile Road multi-modal and resurfacing project in Summer 2015. The project area was East Nine Mile from Woodward Avenue to West End Street and funded by the City of Ferndale Major Roads and Federal Highway SAFETEA 3R Grant.

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Woodward Corridor Neighborhood Bicycle Network (2016)

The over 14 mile highly visible bicycle route will allow residents to connect with schools, libraries and downtowns through Woodward Corridor communities without having to ride on Woodward Avenue.

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