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Parent Issue
Day
10
Month
May
Year
1978
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Aerial Photograph of US-23 and M-17 Overpass, Pittsfield Township, July 1955

Aerial Photograph of US-23 and M-17 Overpass, Pittsfield Township, July 1955 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 19, 1955
Caption
New Carpenter Rd. Expressway Overpass: This aerial photo of the overpass at US-23 (Carpenter Rd.), running horizontally and M-17 (Willow Run Expressway) shows the point where construction will begin soon on the four-lane south belt bypass around Ann Arbor. Bids on the project will be let tomorrow in Lansing. Two lanes are also to be added to the present two lanes of M-17 shown ending at the bottom of photo. The US-23-M-17 overpass is located in Pittsfield township.

Aerial Photograph of the Proposed US 12 Overpasses, Ypsilanti Township, May 1959

Aerial Photograph of the Proposed US 12 Overpasses, Ypsilanti Township, May 1959 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 20, 1959
Caption
Controversial Overpass Locations: This aerial view shows the two locations for a proposed bridge to carry traffic over the US-12 Expressway east of Grove Rd. in Ypsilanti township. The State Highway Department says it will construct an overpass (solid line) to connect Hull and Glenwood Aves. as soon as the Township Board approves the location. Residents of the area maintain the overpass should be built about 1,000 feet eastward and connect Harris Rd. (dotted line) across the Expressway. The large housing development at lower left is part of the Shady Knoll Subdivision.

Aerial Photograph of the Ann Arbor Eastbelt Bypass over Geddes Road, September 1962

Aerial Photograph of the Ann Arbor Eastbelt Bypass over Geddes Road, September 1962 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 17, 1962
Caption
Nearing Completion: Two white ribbons of new Ann Arbor Eastbelt paving descending from the north have nearly reached the Geddes Rd. interchange. The interchange, the bridge over the Huron River (lower portion of picture) and the section of the Eastbelt bypass north to US-23 are expected to be opened to traffic by Oct. 27, according to the Michigan State Highway Department. Just below the interchange and bridge at the lower right of this aerial photo is a portion of Hogback Rd.

Aerial Photograph of W. Michigan Ave (US-112) Overpass, August 1956

Aerial Photograph of W. Michigan Ave (US-112) Overpass, August 1956 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 13, 1956
Caption
Overpass Work Slowed: State Highway Department construction of two overpasses to carry US-112 (W. Michigan Ave.) traffic over the Willow Run Expressway extension has been virtually halted by a shortage of steel. In this aerial photo, looking northwest at the intersection, steel supports for the western bridge are already in place. The Pittsfield township overpasses are some 1,200 feet apart. Work on 2,800-foot approaches to the overpasses, meanwhile, is being done by the Lewis & Frisinger Co. of Ann Arbor. No decision has been announced on the fate of two motels and at least two houses in the path of the approaches.

Gardner Services

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Parent Issue
Day
18
Month
September
Year
1958
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