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Dodge the Lodge II Closure Begins in February

January 18, 2007

Dodge the Lodge

 

 

Beginning Saturday, Feb. 3, through Labor Day, the Lodge Freeway (M-10) will be closed between the Davison Freeway and Lahser for pavement reconstruction and bridge repair. For those who will be affected by this closure, consider the routes to main campus listed below. These routes are subject to change due to construction and traffic congestion.

DDOT Bus Routes

Directions from the north   |  Print Version

  • Take I-75 south and exit at Warren.
  • Go to the light (Warren) and turn right.
  • Proceed west on Warren until you cross Woodward Avenue.
  • You are now on WSU’s campus.
  • Please see the campus map to locate your final WSU destination.

Directions from the south

  • Take I-75 north and exit at Warren.
  • Go to the light (Warren) and turn left.
  • Proceed west on Warren until you cross Woodward.
  • You are now on WSU’s campus.
  • Please see the campus map to locate your final WSU destination.

Directions from the west

  • Take I-94 east and exit at Trumbull.
  • Go to the light (Trumbull) and turn right.
  • Proceed south to the light (Warren) and turn left.
  • Proceed east on Warren.
  • You are now on WSU’s campus.
  • Please see the campus map to locate your final WSU destination.

Or

  • Take I-96 east to I-94 east (toward Port Huron).
  • Take I-94 east and exit Trumbull.
  • Go to the light and turn right (Trumbull).
  • Proceed south to the light (Warren) and make a left.
  • Proceed east on Warren.
  • You are now on WSU’s campus.
  • Please see the campus map to locate your final WSU destination.


Directions from the east

  • Take I-94 west to John R/Woodward exit (right side).
  • Continue on the service drive and cross Woodward Avenue.
  • Once you have crossed Woodward, you will be on Antoinette.
  • Take Antoinette to Cass and turn left.
  • You are now on WSU’s campus.
  • Please see the campus map to locate your final WSU destination.