MDOT closing traffic lanes this week on US-23 from Swartz Creek to Maple Road
GENESEE COUNTY, MI -- The shoulder and a lane of US-23 in Genesee County are scheduled to be closed this week as the Michigan Department of Transportation continues expoxy seal coating and other bridge repairs. MDOT plans to close the shoulder and a lane of northbound US-23 from Maple Road to south of the Swartz Creek from Monday, Aug. 15, until Thursday, Aug. 18, according to a news release from the agency.mlive.com
US-23 ramps in Fenton Township expected to close this week after weather delay
FENTON TWP., MI -- Crews plan to continue epoxy seal coating of bridge structures along the US-23 corridor this week after weather delayed the project last week. Starting Monday, Aug. 8, work is scheduled to start on the outside lanes of Silver Lake Road over US-23, requiring exit and entrance ramps to close. Although the bridge work is expected to continue throughout the week, the project is weather dependent and additional time may be required to complete it, according to the state. The bridge seal coating is part of a $12.3-million investment in 16 structures along US-23 that were started in 2021. MDOT said drivers in the area should use caution as they approach the work zone this week because road workers will be present and working close to live traffic.mlive.com
Expect closed entrace, exit ramps on US-23 this week
FENTON TWP., MI -- Entrance and exit ramps along US-23 are expected to close this week as road crews continue epoxy seal coating on bridge structures in the area. An MDOT spokeswoman said ramps on one side of US-23 will remain open while crews work on the ramps for the other side of the highway. Additional lane closures are also expected at Owen Road, Torrey Road, and Lahring Road under the direction of a traffic regulator, according to the announcement. Drivers should use caution as they approach the work zone, as road workers will be present and working close to live traffic, MDOT said. The US-23 work is part of a $12.3 million investment in significant bridge improvements to 16 structures along the I-75/US-23 corridor in Genesee County.mlive.com
Construction to detour traffic approaching Mackinac Bridge, heading for the U.P.
MACKINAW CITY, MI – Traffic just south of the Mackinac Bridge will be detoured due to bridge work from Tuesday to Thursday, July 26-28. The Michigan Department of Transportation is working on a $12.3 million project on I-75 and US-23. During this closure, northbound I-75 traffic will be detoured on Nicolet Street/exit 337 to Jamet Street/exit 339. Southbound traffic will be detoured on Jamet/exit 339, Louvigny Street, Central Avenue and Nicolet to exit 337. READ MORE:64th Mackinac Bridge Walk offers 3 options to step onto the famous suspension bridgeRamp to U.S. 23 in Washtenaw County closing for large wastewater projectMichigan family heading to Pictured Rocks drives 200 millionth vehicle across Mackinac Bridge10 dreamy Mackinaw City, St. Ignace area rentals for island daytripsmlive.com
Expect bridge work on Thompson, Lahring and Owen roads this week
GENESEE COUNTY, MI -- Five bridges along a section of US-23 in the county will have traffic restrictions this week as the Michigan Department of Transportation completes epoxy seal coating work. MDOT said in a news release on Monday, July 18, that lane closures are expected on Thompson, Lahring and Owen roads over US-23, and on US-23 over Swartz Creek, Silver Lake Road, and the Shiawassee River. The state said the work is expected to start Monday but is weather-dependent and crews may adjust their work locations to expedite the job. Drivers should use caution as they approach the work zone, as road workers will be present and working close to live traffic, MDOT’s announcement says. The seal coating is part of a $12.3-million investment in bridge improvements to 16 structures along the I-75/US-23 corridor in the county.mlive.com
I-75 temporarily closed near Mackinac Bridge, motorists should expect detours
MACKINAC CITY, MI – Anyone traveling near the Mackinac Bridge should be aware that I-75 in Mackinaw City is closed until 6 a.m. on Thursday. Crews from the Michigan Department of Transportation are demolishing the deck and beams on the southbound US-23 bridge as part of a summer-long construction project in the Straits Area. During this closure, northbound I-75 traffic will be detoured on Nicolet Street (Exit 337) to Jamet Street (Exit 339). Southbound traffic will be detoured on Jamet Street (Exit 339), Louvigny Street, Central Avenue, and Nicolet Street to Exit 337. This detour for Mackinaw City and US-23 traffic will be in place through October.mlive.com
MDOT to perform emergency repairs on Hill Road overpass after Wednesday crash
MUNDY TWP., MI – Road crews plan to perform emergency repairs on the Hill Road overpass over US-23 after a crash closed the northbound lanes Wednesday afternoon. Michigan Department of Transportation officials said Wednesday, May 25, that a high load hit on the Hill Road overpass around 12:30 p.m. and prompted the closure of the northbound lanes. The department said in a tweet Wednesday that crews will be performing emergency repairs and that northbound US-23 will be closed and detoured through the Hill Road interchange in the meantime. One lane of eastbound Hill Road will also be closed, officials said. No timeframe was provided for when the work would be completed.mlive.com
Northbound I-75 closing overnight in Arenac County for demolition work
STANDISH, MI - A portion of Interstate 75 will be closed and detoured overnight this week to allow demolition crews to safely work. The Michigan Department of Transportation announced that it is detouring northbound I-75 traffic to accommodate the removal of a bridge beam at the Lincoln Road overpass on Wednesday, May 4. MDOT crews are expecting to start work and implement the detour at 8 p.m. on Wednesday. Northbound I-75 traffic should follow the posted detour via M-61, US-23, Old 76, and Sterling Road. The work is a part of an overall $35 million investment to resurface 6.4 miles of US-23 from I-75 to Grove Street in Standish.mlive.com
Summer-long construction projects on I-75, US-23 to slow traffic south of Mackinac Bridge
MACKINAW CITY, MI – A $12.3 million construction project on main corridors south of the Mackinac Bridge will slow traffic for the duration of Michigan’s busy summer tourism season. The work on US-23 from I-75 to South Huron Avenue and on I-75 from Old M-108 (Exit 337) to the Mackinac Bridge will begin on April 11 and last until mid-November. Primarily, I-75 traffic will be maintained, however, at times, I-75 traffic will be detoured using local routes. Southbound US-23 traffic will be detoured on Jamet Street, Louvigny Street, Central Avenue, and Nicolet Street. Additionally, a three-day closure is expected around June 7-9 as crews demolish and replace the deck and beams of the US-23 bridge.mlive.com
Roundabout replacing US-23 bridge over M-13 in Arenac County, says MDOT
STANDISH, MI - Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) is investing $37 million to resurface 6.4 miles of US-23 in Arenac County. Plans are also in place to replace the US-23 connector bridge over M-13 with a roundabout as part of the project. To ensure work is completed this year, the contractor may begin preliminary work on bridge structures as early as March 28, according to MDOT, and the work will result in minimal impact on drivers. Additional impacts are expected to occur during bridge work on I-75/M-61 and road work along US-23. Gretchen Whitmer’s Rebuilding Michigan program to rebuild the state highways and bridges that are critical to the state’s economy and carry the most traffic, according to MDOT.mlive.com
US-23 reopens after natural gas pipeline explosion; investigation into cause continues
LIVINGSTON COUNTY, MI—US-23 in northern Livingston County is open in both directions after closing during the morning of Wednesday, March 16, following a gas explosion. The road was closed due to a gas explosion just north of Center Road in northern Tyrone Township. Police said it appears a natural gas pipeline exploded, spreading debris. In a statement, RoNeisha Mullen, Senior Communications Consultant with Consumers Energy, said crews are on-site and called the incident “a leak in a natural gas transmission line.”Related: Consumers Energy investigating natural gas pipeline explosion in northern Livingston County“We are working with local public safety officials to continue ensuring the safety of the situation and shut off the flow of natural gas,” the statement says. We appreciate the community’s patience and encourage any customers who smell natural gas to contact us at 800-477-5050.”The cause of the leak and explosion has yet to be determined, Mullen told MLive-The Flint Journal in an email.mlive.com
Consumers Energy investigating natural gas pipeline explosion in northern Livingston County
LIVINGSTON COUNTY, MI—All lanes of US-23 and Old US-23 are closed following a gas explosion Wednesday morning in northern Livingston County. Michigan State Police officials said the highways are closed due to a gas explosion just north of Center Road in northern Tyrone Township. Police said it appears a natural gas pipeline exploded, spreading debris. We appreciate the community’s patience and encourage any customers who smell natural gas to contact us at 800-477-5050.”In Fenton, just north of where the explosion was reported, police posted on Facebook to say residents and businesses may be without gas because Consumers Energy had to shut down a major gas line. Read more on MLive:Man accused of shooting teen over gas money to head to trialMt.mlive.com
I-75 closed after crash in northern Bay County
BAY CITY, MI - A portion of Interstate 75 in northern Bay County is shuttered due to a traffic crash. I-75 is currently closed in both directions between Pinconning Road and US-23 as of 3:15 p.m., according to MDOT. A Bay Alert was sent out at approximately 2:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 5, indicating that both the southbound and northbound lanes were closed. High winds and blowing snow have been creating slippery travel conditions across the area and drivers are urged to use caution on the roads. Click here to check the status of I-75 and other roads across the area via MDOT’s Mi Drive Map.mlive.com
Woman dies in fiery multi-vehicle crash on US-23 in Genesee County
MUNDY TOWNSHIP, MI -- A 46-year-old Battle Creek woman died over the weekend in a crash along US-23 in Genesee County. The crash was reported just after 5:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 16 on northbound US-23 near the Grand Blanc Road exit ramp in Mundy Township. Detective J Diem with the Metro Police Authority of Genesee County said traffic was backed up in the area due to construction work. No one in the two vehicles in front of Parker’s vehicle was seriously injured in the crash, Diem said. Once complete, Diem said the investigation will be submitted to the Genesee County Prosecutor’s Office for review.mlive.com
Truck flips in crash on U.S. 23 exit ramp outside Ann Arbor
WASHTENAW COUNTY, MI – A large truck crashed Tuesday afternoon, flipping into a ditch while exiting US-23 in Washtenaw County, police say. Rescue crews were called at about 2:50 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 14 to northbound US-23 in Pittsfield Township outside Ann Arbor for a reported single-vehicle crash on the exit ramp to Washtenaw Avenue, according to the Michigan State Police. The truck was exiting north US-23 to westbound Washtenaw Avenue when the driver apparently lost control of the vehicle and flipped into a ditch along the exit ramp, police said. The driver, 25, of Allen Park, suffered minor injuries in the crash and was treated at the scene, police said. The exit ramp to westbound Washtenaw Avenue was closed for about four hours while crews worked to clear the wreckage, according to the Michigan Department of Transportation.mlive.com
US-23 ramps in Fenton area closing for resurfacing, work to be completed this week
FENTON, MI -- Several ramps along US-23 in the Fenton area are being closed for resurfacing this week, the Michigan Department of Transportation says. Traffic from Owen Road to northbound US-23 will be detoured via southbound US-23, White Lake Road, and northbound US-23, the agency said in a news release. The Owen Road ramp work is expected to be completed by Wednesday, Sept. 15, when the resurfacing will shift the Silver Lake Road ramps. Work on the Silver Lake Road ramps is expected to be completed by Friday, Sept. 17. MDOT said that during the resurfacing of the Silver Lake Road ramps, Silver Lake Road traffic to southbound US-23 will be detoured via Fenway Drive and Owen Road.mlive.com
US-23 bridge demolition will close ramps from Silver Lake, North and Torrey roads
GENESEE COUNTY, MI -- Ramps on and off US-23 at Silver Lake, North, and Torrey roads are expected to close Monday, Aug. 9 as the Michigan Department of Transportation prepares for bridge demolition. Overnight closures on Silver Lake Road and North Road are also planned to accommodate bridge demolition, MDOT said in a news release Friday, Aug. 6. The overall bridge work involved in the project includes steel beam repairs, deck replacements, and application of protective epoxy coating. From Aug. 16-21, drivers should expect Silver Lake Road and North Road to be closed at US-23 during overnight hours -- from 8 p.m. to 4 a.m. -- while bridge demolition is completed, MDOT said. Following the Labor Day holiday weekend, drivers should expect lane closures on US-23 from Silver Lake Road to the Shiawassee River bridge and also south of Hill Road at the Swartz Creek bridge.mlive.com
Woman killed in crash on US-23
MONROE COUNTY, MI – A woman was killed Sunday night in a crash on US-23 in Monroe County, police say. Police and rescue crews were called at 10:36 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 1, to southbound US-23 near Rauch Road in Whiteford Township for a reported two-vehicle crash, according to the Michigan State Police. An occupant of the Trax, a 19-year-old Ottawa Lake woman, suffered significant injuries in the crash and was taken to ProMedica Toledo Hospital in Ohio for emergency medical treatment, police said. Despite lifesaving efforts, the woman succumbed to her injuries and was pronounced dead at the hospital, police said. The Summerfield Township Fire Department, Whiteford Township Fire Department, Bedford Township Fire Department and Monroe Community Ambulance assisted at the scene.mlive.com
Lahring Road over US-23 will close for bridge repairs starting Wednesday
FLINT, MI - The Michigan Department of Transportation will close Lahring Road over US-23 for bridge repairs beginning Wednesday, July 7. Lahring Road will close between Torrey Road and North Road. Lahring Road is expected to re-open on Friday, July 30. A detour will be posted using Linden Road, Thompson Road and Torrey Road. Motorists are advised to proceed with caution.mlive.com
Man dies after crashing into tree along US-23
FENTON TOWNSHIP, MI -- A 62-year-old Fenton Township man was found dead after his car left southbound US-23 in Fenton Township, crashing into trees off the road Monday night. The crash was reported at 11:58 p.m. Monday, June 28 on US-23 after the Thompson Road exit, according to the Michigan Department of Transportation. A vehicle driven by Mark Durocher was headed south on US-23 when it left the roadway and crashed into trees about 80-90 feet away, according to the Genesee County Sheriff’s Department. It is unclear if Durocher suffered a medical emergency or fell asleep at the wheel, police said. US-23 was closed for five hours, reopening just before 5 a.m. Tuesday.mlive.com
Crash shuts down portion of NB US-23 in Fenton Township for several hours
FENTON TOWNSHIP, MI -- A portion of northbound US-23 at West Thompson Road is closed after a crash involving a semi-tractor trailer that occurred just before 6 a.m. Thursday, June 17, according to the Michigan Department of Transportation. The entire northbound portion of US-23 could remain closed for couple more hours, MDOT spokesperson Jocelyn Hall said around 9 a.m. Thursday. To get the truck unloaded and removed crews had to close the right lane of the expressway, Hall said. Drivers headed northbound on US-23 can take a detour on Thompson Road to Torrey Road to Hill Road to get back on the freeway, according to Genesee County 911. Read more on MLive:Police seek information on double homicide at Flint partyMan charged for making bomb threat during expungement fair at Genesee County JailGenesee County Sheriff’s deputy remembered as kind, ‘gentle giant’Former Lapeer County judge barred from serving for 6 years due to misconduct casemlive.com
MDOT to close lanes on I-75 near I-69 in Flint area for one week
FLINT TWP., MI -- Interstate 75, just south of Interstate 69, will have less room for drivers in both directions starting Saturday, May 1, and continuing for seven days. The Michigan Department of Transportation said in a news release that the left lane of I-75 in both directions will be closed to work on the center pier of the ramp that has been closed in the area. MDOT said the lanes will remain closed for an estimated seven days, depending on the weather. The barriers will allow work to be done underneath the bridges in that area without closing lanes on US-23, the agency said. Update:Full-grown black bear hit and killed on I-75 near FlintMore work on I-75 in northern Genesee County WednesdayKildee earmarks include replacing 700,000 bricks in downtown Flint, new buses for Saginawmlive.com
Fenton man seriously injured in crash that closed SB US-23 for nearly 7 hours
FENTON, MI -- A Fenton man in his 30s was seriously injured in one of two crashes Monday morning that shut down southbound US-23 near the Thompson Road exit for almost seven hours, according to the Genesee County Sheriff’s Office. The crash was due to construction and slowing of traffic, Lanning said. Related: Southbound US-23 closed after crash in Fenton areaCrews worked into the afternoon to flip the semi-tractor upright, Lanning said. The pair of crashes closed southbound US-23 at the Thompson Road exit for nearly seven hours. All lanes of southbound US-23 reopened shortly after 5 p.m., according to the Michigan Department of Transportation.mlive.com
Southbound US-23 closed after crash in Fenton area
UPDATE: Fenton man seriously injured in crash that closed SB US-23 for nearly 7 hoursGENESEE COUNTY, MI-- US-23 southbound is closed at the Thompson Road exit 84 due to a crash, according to Genesee County 911. The dispatch authority reported the crash at approximately 10:23 a.m. Monday, April 19. All southbound traffic must exit at Thompson Road, according to the 911 report. Additional information was not immediately available. More on MLive:Genesee County considers 911 surcharge while Flint public safety, MTA tax requests head to May ballotEight Ten Nail Bar strives to be a part of the positivity in downtown FlintMcDonald’s seeking to hire hundreds in mid-Michiganmlive.com
Man faces charges after bank robbery, crash on US-23 in Ann Arbor during police chase
ANN ARBOR – Ken Kenyatta Wilson was charged on Friday with a slew of felonies by the Washtenaw County Prosecutor’s Office. Wilson fled police officers on Tuesday afternoon after robbing the Chase Bank at 4101 E. Ellsworth Road in Pittsfield Township, leading to a chase when the suspect crashed his vehicle in the area of US-23 and Washtenaw Ave. Wilson was transported to St. Joseph Mercy Ann Arbor hospital with serious injuries, but was reported to be in stable condition. (Pittsfield Charter Township Department of Public Safety)Officers recovered stolen money, several firearms and ammunition from inside his vehicle and the scene of the crash. Investigations at both the bank and the crash site were conducted by detectives, Pittsfield officers and evidence technicians.
$12M project upgrading I-75, US-23 bridges starts this week in Genesee County
GENESEE COUNTY, MI -- A $12.3-million project to upgrade 16 bridges along the I-75 and US-23 corridor in the county is scheduled to begin this week with the span over Court Street. The Michigan Department of Transportation announced that crews will begin steel repairs on the bridge starting Tuesday, March 16. In April, drivers should expect a daytime single-lane closure on I-75 at the ramp, and double-lane closures on I-75 during some overnight hours to accommodate steel repairs. Southbound I-75 will be closed during overnight hours for bridge removal, setting of new steel bridge beams, and for pouring the deck. MDOT said work on the 16 bridges included in the overall project involves steel beam repairs, deck replacements, and protective epoxy coating.mlive.com
35,000 pounds of rolled steel spills on I-94 near Ann Arbor
ANN ARBOR, MI – Ramps to US-23 from I-94 near Ann Arbor were closed Wednesday while crews cleared 35,000 pound of steel off the freeway. At 2:20 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 24, a semitruck going east on I-94 near Carpenter Road rolled over on the freeway, dumping a load of steel on the roadway blocking traffic, according to the Michigan State Police. It is believed the truck’s load shifted while being transported, leading the truck to rollover, police said. All ramps to and from US-23 were shut down as of 4 p.m. Wednesday as crews remained on scene for cleanup. pic.twitter.com/XZAznMWDXJ — MSP First District (@MSPFirstDist) February 24, 2021More from the Ann Arbor News:Washtenaw County prosecutor won’t help ICE deport noncitizensNew data shows racial disparities among those vaccinated for COVID-19 in Washtenaw CountyIn-person learning coming to Ann Arbor Public Schools in Marchmlive.com
Man, 33, dies in Whiteford Township car crash after driving backwards on US-23
WHITEFORD TOWNSHIP, Mich. – A 33-year-old Ypsilanti man died due to a vehicle crash on US-23 Thursday evening. According to authorities, at about 6:50 p.m. Thursday, the Ypsilanti man was driving a black 2008 Hyundai Tiburon northbound on US-23 in Whiteford Township when he pulled over onto the right shoulder for unknown reasons. Shortly after, the man reportedly began traveling in reverse on the shoulder and as he reentered the freeway, driving backwards in the far right lane. As the Ypsilanti man reentered the freeway, his Hyundai was struck by a 52-year-old Adrian man driving a Ford Expedition who was unable to stop while traveling northbound on US-23. The 33-year-old man driving the Hyundai was pronounced dead at the scene due to injuries sustained in the crash.
MDOT holding virtual public meeting to discuss US-23, connector improvements in Standish
STANDISH, MI — The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) is inviting the public to attend a virtual public meeting on the upcoming road improvements near Standish. The improvements along the Interstate 75/US-23 corridor include the US-23 connector and the proposed addition of a roundabout at the US-23 connector and M-13 interchange, south of Standish. The virtual meeting is to take place at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 26. The addition of the roundabout allows MDOT to address ramp congestion and safety for drivers accessing the US-23 connector from M-13 and eliminates an overpass in need of replacement. They are asking the public to provide concerns and comments by Feb. 11 by using the online comment form or by mail, email, or phone to MDOT Public Involvement Specialist and Hearings Officer Monica Monsma at MonsmaM@Michigan.gov or:Monica MonsmaMDOT Environmental Services SectionP.O.mlive.com
Solar farm policy adopted in Milan Twp.
Milan Township has drafted an ordinance to govern a proposed solar-powered farm in the rural southeast corner of the township near US-23. Milan Township has drafted an ordinance to govern a proposed solar-powered farm in the rural southeast corner of the township near US-23. “We need an ordinance to regulate solar farm projects like this,” said John Schauer, chairman of the five-member commission. Milan Township is basically all agricultural.”The amendment allows for large solar energy systems to operate with an approved special use in agricultural- and industrial-zoned districts. “Even though a solar energy developer is currently determining the project’s feasibility, no formal project plans have been proposed,” Schauer said.monroenews.com
Dundee Police credited with preventing suicide
Dundee Police are being credited with preventing a 17-year-old Adrian youth from taking his life by jumping off a viaduct on US-23 Saturday night. About 10 p.m. Saturday, Dundee Police Officer Hunter Chirillo had just cleared a traffic stop on southbound US-23 and had exited at Ida West Rd. The officer was able to start a conversation with the teen and “built a quick rapport as they continued to talk,” the release said. “Officer Chirillo kept the young man's thoughts focused on the conversation and away from the edge,” the report said. A sheriff's deputy and Dundee Officer Paul Klink and Reserve Officer Derek Cole arrived within minutes and the four officers were able to secure the teen safely.monroenews.com
Watch Local 4 News at 4 -- June 26, 2020
Heres whats coming up on Local 4 News at 4:Local 4Casters tracking potential for severe stormsThe Local 4Casters say a scattered severe thunderstorm is possible as early as 6 p.m. west of US-23, but the main batch of concerning storms will cross the area between 8 p.m. and 2 a.m. They say it appears that the most robust severe storm threat is across the area from near M-59 southward through the state line.
Drainage work planned on W. Dunbar, Timbers Rds.
The Monroe County Road Commission has provided the following report. A crew for the Monroe County Road Commission will install a drain cross-tile on W. Dunbar Rd. in Summerfield Township this week, the road commission announced. The crew also will be working on Timbers Rd. Starting today, a gradall crew will remove and install a crosstile on Timbers between Hivon and Colf Rds., closing Timbers to through traffic and possibly overnight, she said.monroenews.com
Road Watch: Tiling work starting soon on W. Dunbar
The following is an update from the Monroe County Road Commission. Starting Monday, tiling and gradall crews for the Monroe County Road Commission will install two drain cross-tiles on W. Dunbar Rd. Weather permitting, the project will be completed Tuesday afternoon. Dundee and Ida TownshipsIda West Rd. Weather permitting, the work should be finished by the end of the day on Friday.monroenews.com
Metro Detroit weather: What a day!
Highs will be in the low 80s (28 degrees Celsius) which, combined with comfortable humidity, will make for a splendid day. Partly cloudy tonight, with lows in the low 60s (16 degrees Celsius)great sleeping weather! Partly cloudy to start our Thursday, but then becoming mostly cloudy by afternoon with scattered showers and thunderstorms possible. Partly cloudy on Friday, but we then have the chance for scattered showers and thunderstorms by the end of the afternoon. Based upon everything Ive looked at this morning, it appears that we have the chance for afternoon showers and thunderstorms both Saturday and Sunday.
MDOT hires firm for upkeep of state roads in Monroe County
The new contract involves snow removal and pothole work on I-75, US-23, US-24, M-50 and I-275 in Monroe County. Monroe County has had a line item-based contract with MDOT during the past three years that has paid the county $2.3 million a year, he said. The accord did not include salt the county had to buy on its own for county roads and state routes. We trust the citizens and residents of Monroe County will see improved service with this new direction, he said. As far as he knows, Ferroval is only working in Monroe County and no other county, Pierce said.monroenews.com
Power outages reported in Dundee
Over 350 customers are without power this morning in Dundee, east of US-23. Over 350 customers are without power this morning in Dundee, east of US-23, according to the DTE Energy outage maps. This includes 356 who lost power at 6:45 a.m. in an area south of M-50 and Cabela's. The cause is listed as an equipment problem; restoration expected by 10:15 a.m. There also are 40 customers who lost power at 7:15 a.m. near M-50 and Petersburg Rd.monroenews.com
MDOT: Eastbound M-14 from I-94 to Main Street to close Sunday for bridge repair
Heads up Ann Arbor. MDOT will close eastbound M-14 from I-94 to Main Street over the Huron River for six hours on Sunday morning to repair bridge railing. While the lanes are closed, the suggested alternate route will be eastbound I-94 to northbound US-23.
Lanes closed for repairs on ramp from WB M-14 to NB US-23
ANN ARBOR, Mich. – The right lane on the ramp from westbound M-14 to northbound US-23 is closed Thursday for urgent pavement repairs. Parts of the pavement on the ramp are in dire condition and crews are working to fix the roadway. The lane is expected to reopen Friday at about 7 a.m. CHECK: Traffic PageStay with Local 4 and ClickonDetroit.com for traffic updates.