DETROIT – We're approaching warmer months in Michigan, or as some call it, orange barrel season.
The Michigan Department of Transportation released a full map and list of upcoming minor and major road projects happening this year.
The biggest 2017 project has already started, as I-75 southbound is closed between Detroit and Downriver for the next two years.
Here are some of the other notable projects happening around Michigan in 2017:
- US-23: June-Aug: Resurface 10.6 miles from Little Black River to Mill Creek Discovery Park. 1 lane open under flag control.
- US-131: March-Aug: Reconstruct 3.5 miles from M-46 north to Montcalm/Mecosta county line.
- I-75: March-Nov: Reconstruct 6.5 miles from south Ogernaw County line to Cook Rd. Lane closures and nighttime ramp closures.
- I-94: March-August: Resurface 3.8 miles eastbound lanes from Hennesey Rd to east of Van Buren County line. Lane closures.
- I-75 to I-475: April-Sept: Repair and reseal 13 miles from I-475 to Birch Run Creek. Traffic shifts and lane closures.
- US-10/M-25: June-Aug: Resurface 12.6 miles of US-10/M-25 from Bay/Midland county line to west of Bay City.
- 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.
- I-94: Apr-June: Repave 7.4 miles eastbound lanes from Sprinkle Rd to 40th St in Kalamazoo.
Below is a full map and list of projects happening in Michigan this year:
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