WHAT'S BEING DONE?
The Grosse Ile Bridge will be inspected on Sunday, October 2nd and Monday, October 3rd. This will complete the inspection work begun during the week of September 19th.
The inspection of the Bridge will be completed on October 3rd. The bridge will be closed to traffic from 7:30am until 5:00pm on Sunday and from 9:00am to 3:00pm on Monday. Although it is expected that the work can be completed on October 2nd, the inspection has been scheduled for two days in case of unexpected delays or inclement weather.
WHAT SHOULD I EXPECT?
Barriers will be at each end of the bridge.
Use the following routes to get around the bridge closure:
Eastbound: Northbound W. Jefferson Avenue to Bridge Road, from Bridge Road to Meridian Road, and then back to Grosse Ile Parkway.
Westbound: Grosse Ile Parkway to Meridian Road, from Meridian Road to Bridge Road, from Bridge Road to W. Jefferson Avenue, and then back to Grosse Ile Parkway.
Vehicles traveling on the Bridge Road are required to cross the Grosse Ile Toll Bridge.
FOR MORE INFORMATION
Â· Contact the 24-hour customer service center at 888.ROAD.CREW (1-888-762-3273)
Â· Visit - www.waynecounty.com
Â· Residents and visitors can subscribe to email notifications of bridge updates, construction and maintenance updates and news in their communities via waynecounty.com (https://www.waynecounty.com/departments/publicservices/roads/road-construction-updates.aspx)
Â· Residents and visitors can subscribe to receive push notification updates to their cell phones by downloading the Wayne County Mobile app. The app is available in the Apple App Store (https://apps.apple.com/us/app/wayne-county-mobile/id1449796370?ls=1) and Google Play (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.waynecounty.wcMobileApp)
ABOUT WAYNE COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SERVICES
The Department of Public Services consists of six divisions, which include Administration, Engineering, Equipment, Parks, Roads, and the Environmental Services. The department oversees, maintains and operates the county's unique assets and complex infrastructure for nearly 2 million residents.