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Washtenaw County Road Commission

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Road Sign GraphicThe Washtenaw County Road Commission is responsible for the repair, maintenance, and snow removal of our road system within Ypsilanti Township.

WCRC maintains approximately 1,649 miles of certified roads in the county road system; out of those miles, 770 miles are gravel roads. There are 11 bridges and more than 2,000 culverts. WCRC is also contracted by the Michigan Department of Transportation to maintain approximately 580 miles of State Trunkline. All primary (590 miles) and local (1,059 miles) public roads in Washtenaw County that are outside the cities and villages are maintained by WCRC crews.

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WCRC Duties

Snow Removal, Salting, Sanding

Road/Bridge Construction, Repair, Maintenance

Surface Treatments (pavement overlays, sealcoats, chip & crack sealing)

Gravel Road Maintenance (grading, berming, dust control)

Pavement Markings

Road Signage Maintenance

Guard Rail Repairs

Ensuring Steady Traffic Patterns (sign & signal maintenance)

Controlling Roadside Vegetation (mowing, brush cutting, tree removal)

Roadside Ditch/Storm Drainage Maintenance

WCRC Services 


Traffic Management

Residents express concern to the Washtenaw County Road Commission over traffic control issues in residential neighborhoods. Typically, these concerns result in a request for stop signs, speed bumps, road closures, children at play signs or other traffic control measures. Experience has shown that traditional responses and unwarranted signs or signals do not work. Often, the only option available to the Road Commission is to recommend increased law enforcement in the area. With the limited number of law enforcement officers in most communities, this solution is short-term at best and many times unavailable. In order to be more responsive, the Road Commission has developed a Neighborhood Traffic Management Program which creates a partnership between residents, the Road Commission and law enforcement.

The purpose of the Neighborhood Traffic Management Program is to increase the Road Commission's ability to respond to the concerns of residents and provide long-term solutions to residential traffic issues. The Neighborhood Traffic Management Program contains educational and enforcement elements as well as engineering measures. It promotes Road Commission staff working with local residents to find solutions which are appropriate and acceptable to both the Road Commission and the community.

Wasthenaw County Road Commission Office Hours & Location

Monday - Friday
7:00am - 3:30pm

555 N. Zeeb Road
Ann Arbor, Michigan, 48103

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Contact WCRC Traffic Management

Elena Yadykina, Engineer - Traffic & Safety



Charter Township of Ypsilanti  •  7200 S. Huron River Dr. Ypsilanti, Mi 48197  •  (734) 544 - 4000

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