HAZEL PARK, Mich. – Changes on two major freeways start Monday.
Most of the impact will be along I-75 and will last into Autumn.
There’s also closures on the Southfield Freeway -- six bridges need repairs, leaving only one northbound and southbound lane open at Michigan Avenue.
It isn’t expected to affect Monday morning rush hour, but after that commute, the nearly $13 million project is expected to affect 150,000 drivers every day.
I-75 will be down to two lanes from 8 Mile Road to Adams Road, which is longer than last year’s construction. In addition to numerous ramp closures, the biggest headache will be the northbound I-75 ramp to westbound I-696, which is expected to be closed until November.