DEARBORN, MI — Getting around Dearborn is about to get a bit more tricky for drivers. Starting Friday morning at 9 a.m., the northbound Southfield Freeway (M-39) service drive from Village Road to Michigan Avenue will close for approximately two weeks for emergency bridge work over the Rouge River, according to the Michigan Department of Transportation.
The project will also require closing the northbound Southfield Freeway ramps to eastbound and westbound Michigan Avenue. Access to The Henry Ford Museum will be maintained via Village Road and Oakwood Boulevard, MDOT said.
The Southfield Freeway will remain open, as well as the southbound service drive and southbound exit ramps to Michigan Avenue. MDOT estimates that the project will be completed by Nov. 22.