DETROIT – We’re entering the second half of 2017 in Michigan and the road work is not finished yet.
Several projects will start in the coming months and will continue through the end of the year.
The biggest 2017 project has already started, as I-75 southbound is closed between Detroit and Downriver for the next two years.
Some projects have already started and will be completed in the next couple of months.
Metro Detroit road projects (starting and ongoing):
- I-75: May-Sept: Reconstruct 3.1 miles of Coolidge Hwy to South Blvd, including Square Lake Rd interchange. 2 lanes open in each direction with temporary crossovers.
- Gratiot Ave: May-Aug: Resurface 3 miles, improve drainage and upgrade sidewalk ramps from 8 Mile to 11 Mile.
- I-75.M-10: April-Oct: Replace I-75 bridge deck and repair substructure over M-10, including ramps. I-75: closed for 3 weeks. M-10: lane and shoulder closures.
- Old M-14 (Plymouth Road): April-Sept: Resurface 4.8 miles from Farmington Rd to US-24. 1 lane open in each direction.
- Construction on Hall Road in Macomb County has begun. The 3.7-mile stretch is expected to be under construction for about a year and 1/2.
- US-23: Nov 2016-Dec 2017: Upgrade shoulders, replace and repair bridges, extend raps and resurface 10.5 miles from M-14 to Silver Lake Rd.
- M-59: June-Oct: Repair 1.8 miles from Pontiac Lake Road to Airport Road. Night and weekend lane closures.
READ MORE AT: https://www.clickondetroit.com/traffic/michigan-road-projects-what-to-know-for-the-rest-of-2017