This year's student Move-In is expected to be as big and bustling as ever, and community members can expect changes to the usual traffic and parking patterns when Move-In 2017 takes place Aug. 30-Sept. 1, right before the Labor Day weekend.
People using the Thompson Street Parking Structure or driving along South Division Street just off campus may experience temporary changes during a resurfacing project set to begin Monday.
The city of Ann Arbor next week is planning to begin installing a new water main on South Division Street, which will affect traffic on Division and East Jefferson streets at various times over the next three or four weeks.
The work is scheduled to be done in two phases.
With this year's student Move-In taking place Aug. 31-Sept. 2, prior to the football game and holiday weekend, community members can expect changes to the university's usual traffic and parking patterns.
The University of Michigan campus community can expect delays in the coming months as the state and the city of Ann Arbor continue necessary road projects throughout the community.
The campus community can expect delays as the city of Ann Arbor continues necessary bridge maintenance on Fuller Road through early October.
Construction was originally scheduled to be complete this summer.
Several streets near campus or other U-M facilities will see traffic limitations for the next few weeks due to construction projects.
In an effort to improve pedestrian safety, the university is working with the city of Ann Arbor to relocate the crosswalk on South State Street near the LSA Building. The new crosswalk will be located just north of the Michigan Union.
Beginning Monday, traffic controls will be in place on South Division Street between Packard and East Jefferson streets for utility work associated with the Munger Graduate Residence project.
A temporary road closure, parking lot closures and bus detours will be in place Wednesday for President Obama's speaking event at the Intramural Sports Building on the Ross Athletic Campus.
Beginning Thursday, one block of East Madison Street between Packard Street and Thompson Street will be closed for construction activity associated with the Munger Graduate Residences project.
The road closure will run until summer 2015.