(WXYZ) - The Ann Arbor City Council approved a resolution Thursday to close down streets between Stadium and Pauline during University of Michigan football games.
The University of Michigan is hoping the closures will enhance security at Michigan Stadium and for the residents who live in nearby neighborhoods.
The vehicle-free zone would be created by closing E. Keech Street between S. Main and Greene streets, closing the westbound right-turn lane on E. Stadium Boulevard and closing S. Main Street to all traffic from Stadium Boulevard to Pauline.
The closures would be effective three hours before a game to the end of the game.
The closures will be in effect for the following dates:
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