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I-94 project near Detroit Metro Airport begins

Project to finish in late May 2017

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DETROIT – A project to repair an I-94 service drive near Detroit Metro Airport starts on Monday, April 24.

Here's the project scope from MDOT:

COUNTY:
Wayne

HIGHWAY:
I-94 service drive

CLOSEST CITY:
Romulus

START DATE:
Monday, April 24, 2017
7 a.m.

COMPLETION DATE:
Late May 2017

PROJECT DETAILS:
This 1-mile, project involves replacing the concrete on the eastbound I-94 service drive, closing the section between Merriman Road and Middle Belt Road for repair. The exit to Merriman Road will remain open while the exit to Middle Belt Road will be closed. The Middle Belt Road ramp to eastbound I-94 will be open. The two Merriman Road ramps to eastbound I-94 will be closed. Eastbound I-94 will be unaffected by this service drive work and will have all three lanes open

To avoid delays, airport traffic can use I-275 to Eureka Road, south of I-94.

The closure between Merriman and Middle Belt roads will improve the safety of the work zone for construction workers and motorists alike. The closure also will reduce the duration of the project from three months to less than one month.

ALSO SEE: Full info on Michigan construction projects in 2017


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