Thursday, December 21, 2006

Tireman Bridge Re-opens Too

Just a quick note to let folks know that the Tireman Road Bridge over the Southfield Freeway (M-39) has re-opened to traffic. It doesn't look like their done with either the Tireman or Paul Street Bridges, even though they were supposed to be completed in October.

However, at least we don't have to deal with annoying construction detours any longer.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

looks like it didnt take long for the scums we all live around to spray paint the new tireman bridge...most communities make an effort to keep the area clean...but not warrendale...if anything is nice,new,above average in this neighborhood it gets ruined....

Anonymous said...

uthey have already tagged the paul one as well...Its just part of life in Detroit these days...but ppl spraypaint bridges everywhere...Allen Park, Lincoln Park, Southgate, Taylor, Dearborn heights, Dearborn...all have tagged bridges as well

Anonymous said...

thats exactly the reason i havnt moved to any of those communities..with the exeption of dearborn the quality of most working class suburbs isnt much better that warrendale..im not going to move from here to anywhere downriver,redford,westland,...even middle class suburbs like livonia,southfield,and sterling heights are going down the tubes....i guess unless you have 300,000 to spend on a bungalow in birmingham or 500,000 + in bloomfield..than we have to deal with living amonst a bunch of mutants