Redford Township, Michigan
Redford is a western suburb of Detroit, Michigan that is 11.25 square miles. Redford Michigan has 51,622 citizens. The postal zip codes are 48239 and 48240. The upper Rouge River flows through the Lola Valley Park in the township. Primarily a residential community with 20,605 housing units and a population density of 4,597.40 people per square mile for Census 2000.
There are some commercial areas. The commercial areas are concentrated mainly in an area bounded by Telegraph Road (US-24), Plymouth Road (M-14), Interstate 96 Freeway, and Inkster Road. The CSX Railroad parallels the I-96 Freeway. Most of the major commercial development is found along Telegraph Road, a series of major mile roads, both east-west and north-south, complimenting the Telegraph Road and I-96 corridors which connect to the region.
The township is bordered by Detroit to the East, Dearborn Heights to the South, Livonia to the West, and Southfield to the North. I-96 and Telegraph Road (US -24) cut through the township providing easy access to I-94 and I-96. You can get to anywhere in metro Detroit easily from 8 Mile Rd, Telegraph, I-96. These major roads connect to M-14, I-275, I-75, I-94 and I-696. The distance to the Michigan state capital is 70 miles. (as the crow flies) Downtown Detroit is a short 15 -20 minute ride from Redford Michigan.
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