I-75 roadwork to begin over 19-mile stretch - WNEM TV 5

I-75 roadwork to begin over 19-mile stretch

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GENESEE COUNTY, MI (WNEM) -

Road construction is scheduled to begin on I-75 in Genesee County on Monday.

Construction crews will resurface 19 miles from the Genesee/Oakland County line to the I-475 north junction. This included I-75 over Cook Road, I-75 under Grand Blanc and Fenton Roads, and I-75 over the Flint River and Flushing Road.

The project costs $13.3 million and is estimated to continue through September.

The project includes bridge improvements on Grand Blanc Road and Cook Road. Those improvements are already underway and the Grand Blanc Road is expected to be completed in June and Cook Road is expected to be completed in May.

The project will impact traffic on I-75. Up to three lanes may be closed at night for roadwork and those restrictions may remain in place during the day to accommodate roadwork.

The Michigan Department of Transportation will announce the schedule for additional road and bridge work as dates are determined.

Also taking place in Genesee County, the county road commission will begin construction on Miller Road in Flint Township.


Crews will work  between Dye and Linden roads. Miller road will remain open, but you can expect lane shifts and slow downs.

The project should be complete by late June.

 

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