OAKLAND COUNTY, Mich. - Commuters who use I-75 should brace themselves as there's more road construction expected for southern Oakland County.
Lanes are expected to close on I-75 between south Boulevard and Baldwin Road. The Baldwin Road bridge is one of the 21 bridges slated to get torn down and repaired during the project. It's a project that will tie up traffic during the day, night and especially the weekends around many shopping centers.
Currently, traffic along I-75 in northern Oakland County is moving smoothly. In a week, drivers can expect to face heavy traffic, lane shifts and construction barrels on a stretch of highway in Auburn Hills.
Drivers are going to have to prepare because besides the bridge repair the $21 million project will reduce lanes in both north and southbound lanes. It could go as low as two lanes during the week and single lanes on weekends.
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