Street closures for the Ann Arbor Art Fair went into effect Wednesday morning and will last through the weekend.
Liberty is closed between Ashley and State Street. North University is also closed between State and Fletcher.
Maureen Riley is the executive director of the fair and explains the best way to get around the event if you're driving.
"Huron Street is open--that's a good east-west street. And then, the north-south streets that are easily traversed are Division and Fifth and Fourth. Fletcher is open on the east side of the site, and Ashley is open on the west side of the site."
State Street is also closed between Washington and Madison, as well as South University from State to Forrest. Round-trip shuttles are being offered from various locations to get to the fair.
For more information, visit the fair's website.
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