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Published 04/30/2020
1:19pm

I-69 Road Project Will Begin in Perry-Laingsburg Area on May 4th

MDOT Says Expect Single Lane Closures

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A $9.1 million project to repair five miles of I-69 in the Perry-Laingsburg area will begin on Monday May 4th, MDOT says.

The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) says the project includes resurfacing the Woodbury Road rest area parking lot and repairs on numerous bridges.

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The work will close northbound Woodbury Road over I-69 beginning Monday May 4th. The northbound Woodbury Road ramp to westbound I-69 will also be closed.

Additional traffic impacts include the northbound M-52 ramp to westbound I-69 being closed, the Woodbury Rest Area being closed for three days during parking lot resurfacing, and Colby Lake Road, Shaftsburg Road, and Bath Road being closed for bridge work. These closures will be announced in advance.

MDOT says an advisory system will help notify drivers of any reduced speed zones ahead resulting from construction lane closures. Drivers should follow all posted speed limits and the warning system while traveling through this work zone.

The project is expected to be completed in August of this year.

This road construction project is an essential function. Transportation workers in the field follow Centers for Disease Control guidelines to limit their risk of getting sick.

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