Greenfield/Normandy/Beverly intersection on the Beverly Hills/Royal Oak border to close June 12 for roundabout construction
The Road Commission for Oakland County (RCOC), in partnership with Royal Oak and the Village of Beverly Hills, will close the Greenfield Road/Normandy Road/Beverly Road intersection starting June 12 for the construction of a roundabout.
The approximately $1.65 million project is funded by the City of Royal Oak, the Village of Beverly Hills, RCOC and Oakland County general government (through the Tri-Party Program).
The project includes:
- Construction of a “compact” one-lane roundabout at the Greenfield/Normandy/Beverly intersection.
- Placement of new curbs and gutters in the vicinity of the intersection.
- Minor drainage improvements.
- Construction of new concrete sidewalks along portions of Greenfield, Normandy and Beverly roads.
- Permanent closure of Beverly Ct. at Greenfield Road both north and south of Normandy Road in Royal Oak.
- Access to homes and businesses within the construction zone will be maintained during the work. The project is expected to conclude in early September.
The detour routes for through traffic are:
- Greenfield Road traffic detour will be 13 Mile Road to Woodward Ave. (M-1) to 14 Mile Road, back to Greenfield Road and vice versa.
- Westbound traffic: Normandy Road to Woodward Ave. (M-1) to 14 Mile Road to Southfield Road to Beverly Road.
- Eastbound traffic: Beverly Road to Pierce Street to 14 Mile Road to Woodward Avenue (M-1) to Normandy Road.
The contractor for the project is DiPonio Contracting of Shelby Township. The Greenfield/Normandy/Beverly Road intersection carries approximately 16,000 vehicles daily.
For more information on the project, visit the Greenfield/Normandy/Beverly Road Roundabout page in the “Road Projects” section of the RCOC website, www.rcocweb.org (direct link: https://www.rcocweb.org/655/GreenfieldNormandyBeverly-Road-Roundabou).