City wants more money, University thinks they're over charging. But how it might hamper you-
The new traffic control plan will have the city's police officers manually managing — without signals in operation — the Stadium Boulevard and Main Street intersection starting two hours before game time. All other intersections along Ann Arbor-Saline Road will operate by signals — not manually — and will operate based on the normal weekend schedule. After the game, Ann Arbor-Saline Road will be one way, heading south to I-94, as has historically been the case. But the State Street corridor will operate by signals — not manually — and will operate based on the normal weekend schedule both before and after the game.
If you're coming or leaving from/to the South, expect it to take longer.
If you want to assess for yourself, it has a nice breakdown of the salary demands. Why it might be a problem? I couldn't have phrased this any worse:
Crawford said eight signs and signals technicians will be out doing traffic control on game days this year, but they'll be doing less work. In the past, the city had all 12 of its technicians out.