Traffic Advisory June 26-29 in Detroit

Fans encouraged to check travel routes and arrive early to Comerica Park this weekend

DETROIT - The Detroit Tigers host the Chicago White Sox this weekend at Comerica Park, Friday, June 26 (7:08 p.m.), Saturday, June 27 (4:05 p.m.) and Sunday, June 28 (1:08 p.m.), and the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) and M-1 RAIL have issued a traffic advisory and recommend planning your travel routes to Comerica Park in advance. Fans should allow 30 minutes more time than usual to travel, park, and enter the ballpark. .

M-10 Southbound Alert: Most notable for this weekend (Friday-Monday), crews will be closing two lanes southbound on M-10 (The Lodge) between Meyers Road and Chicago Blvd. Vehicles traveling southbound on M-10 and north of Meyers Road should take southbound M-39 to I-96 east to get downtown.

I-75 Alert: Northbound and southbound I-75 will have one lane closed (two lanes open) at I-94 for bridge work this weekend.

Woodward Avenue: Remains open southbound and northbound but is down to one lane starting at Grand Blvd. to downtown due to M1-Rail construction.

Around Comerica Park: Elizabeth Street is closed between Park Street and Woodward Ave.


Work this weekend (June 26-29):

  • Southbound M-10 will have two lanes closed (one lane open to traffic) from Meyers Road to Chicago Blvd. this weekend (June 26-29).
  • Northbound I-75 will have two lanes closed (two lanes open to traffic) from Dearborn to Clark this weekend.
  • Northbound and southbound I-75 will have one lane closed (two lanes open) at I-94 for bridge work this weekend. This closure will expand to two lanes closed and one lane open during overnight periods (11 PM to 10 AM) on Friday and Saturday night.

Ongoing work:

  • The Northbound I-75 (Fisher Fwy) ramp to Northbound I-75 (Chrysler Fwy) will continue to be reduced to one lane.


  • All parking properties east of Woodward Ave. and FOX Garage / Columbia Lot are open four hours before the game.
  • All parking properties west of Woodward Ave. are open three hours before the game.
  • It is recommended that guests utilize the various shuttles that many local bars, restaurants, and casinos offer.

For traffic updates fans can find alerts and alternative routes at, and visit to download the Ballpark app., and fans can follow @tigers and @mdot on Twitter.

We recommend tuning to WWJ 950 AM for up-to-the-minute updates on traffic alerts and closures.

Fans can also check with the Michigan Department of Transportation and the City of Detroit Department of Transportation for real-time road closures and detours at and download the Mi Drive app and visit for the latest updates.