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Monday, June 21, 2021
ESTIMATED COMPLETION DATE:
Friday, Aug. 6, 2021
The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) will close and detour southbound I-675 from Tittabawassee Road to M-58 to accommodate pavement and structure repairs. This work is part of an overall $10.5 million investment to improve more than 8.5 miles of concrete pavement along the I-675 corridor in Saginaw County.
This project includes work on 36 bridge and culvert structures to address steel improvements, bridge deck surfaces, railing upgrades, and painting.
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From June 21 to Aug. 6, crews will close southbound I-675 from Tittabawassee Road to M-58. Drivers should follow the posted detour via northbound I-675, southbound I-75, and northbound I-675.
This work is part of a two-year project with all work expected to conclude in June 2022.
This work will improve the driving surface of I-675 while addressing various improvements on several bridges and structures along the corridor.
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