MDOT is pausing work and lifting visitors restrictions throughout the state to assist ease journey forward of Memorial Day weekend.

MDOT says it’ll be lifting lane restrictions on greater than 62% of street and bridge tasks. AAA Michigan estimates greater than 1.1 million Michigan residents are anticipated to journey 50 miles or extra from dwelling throughout the Memorial Day vacation weekend, a 57 % enhance from final yr.

Associated: Michigan traffic deaths up 10% in 2020; Bike deaths increase 81%

Starting at 3 p.m. Friday, Might 28, and persevering with till 6 a.m. Tuesday, June 1, 121 out of 194 tasks statewide may have lane restrictions eliminated. Whereas motorists will see suspended operations in most MDOT work zones for the weekend, drivers are suggested that gear and sure visitors configurations might stay in place, like momentary shifts or shoulder closures.

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The next is an inventory of labor zones that will stay energetic or have lane restrictions throughout Memorial Day weekend.

– I-75/M-8 (Davison Freeway) may have the next restrictions in place north of downtown Detroit:

– Northbound I-75 may have two lanes open between Caniff Road and seven Mile Highway.

– Southbound I-75 may have two lanes open between 8 Mile Highway and M-8.

– The eastbound M-8 ramp to northbound I-75 is closed.

– The southbound I-75 ramp to eastbound M-8 is closed.

– The eastbound M-8 service drive is closed from Oakland Avenue to Dequindre Road.

– The westbound M-8 service drive is closed at Dequindre Road.

– M-8 has a number of lane closures in every course between M-10 and I-75.

– I-75 has the next restrictions in place southwest of downtown Detroit:

– Southbound I-75 has one lane closed from Vernon Freeway to Springwells Road.

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– Northbound I-75 has one lane closed from Clark Road to Vernon Freeway.

– The I-75 service drives are closed between Clark and Dragoon streets.

– The Springwells Road interchange is closed.

– The Livernois Avenue bridge over I-75 is closed.

– The Dragoon Road ramp to northbound I-75 is closed.

– The southbound I-75 ramp to Livernois Avenue/Dragoon Road is closed.

– The Clark Road ramp to southbound I-75 is closed.

– The northbound I-75 ramp to Clark Road is closed.

– The Clark Road bridge over I-75 is closed.

– I-94 may have the next restrictions in place east of downtown Detroit:

– The Frontenac Road bridge over I-94 and the service drive is closed.

– The Burns Road bridge over I-94 and the service drive is closed.

– The Cadillac Avenue bridge over I-94 and the service drive is closed.

– The Second Avenue bridge over I-94 is closed.

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– The eastbound exit ramp to French Highway is closed.

– The French Highway ramp to westbound I-94 is closed.

– M-3 (Gratiot Avenue) has the ramp to eastbound I-94 closed.

– M-3 (Gratiot Avenue) has one lane open in every course at Randolph Road.

– M-10 has the southbound ramp to Elmhurst Road closed.

– M-53 (Van Dyke Road) has the ramps to eastbound and westbound I-94 closed.

– US-12 (Michigan Avenue) has two lanes open in every course between Beech Daly Highway and US-24 (Telegraph Highway).

– 11 Mile Road has two lanes open with the right-turn lane closed at M-3.

– I-696 has one lane open on the eastbound exit ramp to M-3.

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– M-3 (Gratiot Avenue) has two lanes open between 11 Mile Highway and Maryland Road.

– M-59 has two lanes open in every course between Romeo Plank and North Avenue.

– Grand River Avenue might be closed and detoured between Orchard Lake Highway and Shiawassee Road for an occasion.

– I-75 has two lanes open in every course between 8 Mile and 13 Mile roads.

– I-696 ramps to southbound I-75 are closed.

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– I-69, Eaton County, has the next restrictions in place:

– One lane closed in every course at Baseline Freeway.

– One lane closed in every course with a visitors shift from Ainger Highway to Lansing Highway.

– I-75, Monroe County, has lane closures beneath the LaPlaisance Highway bridge. Southbound LaPlaisance Highway is closed over I-75.

– I-94 in Jackson, Jackson County, has the next restrictions in place:

– The M-106 (Cooper Road) entrance ramp to westbound I-94 is closed and detoured.

– Northbound US-127/M-50 (West Avenue) has one lane closed at I-94.

– The northbound US-127/M-50 (West Avenue) ramp to westbound I-94 is closed and detoured.

– US-23/M-14 in Ann Arbor, Washtenaw County, has one eastbound lane closed over the Huron River for barrier wall restore.

– I-69, Genesee County, may have two lanes open in every course between Hammerberg Highway and M-54 with a visitors shift.

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– I-69, Lapeer County, may have one lane open in every course between Newark Highway and Harvey Highway. Ramp closures at M-53 will stay in place with a detour posted.

– I-69, St. Clair County, may have one lane open in every course between Miller Highway and Stapleton Highway with visitors shifts. The eastbound I-69 ramps at Riley Heart Highway will stay closed with a posted detour.

– I-75/M-46, Saginaw County, has three open lanes within the peak course of journey with a moveable barrier wall between I-675 and Hess Highway

– M-52, Saginaw County, has one lane open in alternating instructions over Marsh Creek through momentary indicators.

– M-65, Arenac County, is closed between US-23 and Primary Road in Twining. Detour posted.

– I-69, Calhoun County, has one lane closed in every course at J Drive N.

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– I-94, Berrien County, has two lanes open in every course from I-196 to Britain Avenue with a visitors shift.

– I-94 BL, Berrien County, is closed from Crystal Avenue to I-94. Detour posted.

– M-343 in Richland, Kalamazoo County, has single-lane closures at G Avenue. G Avenue and twenty seventh Road are closed and detoured.

– US-131 BR in Constantine, St. Joseph County, has one lane open over the St. Joseph River between Water Road and Locus Road with a brief visitors sign.

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– I-196 in Grand Rapids has a visitors shift and one lane open in every course between Ionia and Maryland avenues. Plymouth Avenue is closed over I-196; the westbound I-196 off ramp to Fuller Avenue is closed.

– I-196 in Grand Rapids has the eastbound bridge over the Grand River closed.

– I-196, Allegan County, may have one lane open in every course with southbound visitors shifted over to the northbound aspect between Holland and Saugatuck. The southbound I-196 on and off ramps at Blue Star Freeway (Exit 41) are closed.

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– I-196, Allegan County, may have one lane open in every course over Pier Cove, simply south of M-89.

– M-37 (Cherry Valley Avenue), Kent and Barry counties, may have lane closures and a visitors shift from 108th Road to Garbow Highway.

– US-31, Muskegon County, may have one lane open in every course between the Colby Road and Fruitvale Highway exits.

– US-31 BR (Pere Marquette Highway), Mason County, is closed simply south of US-10.

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– M-22 in Frankfort, Benzie County, is closed between M-115 and seventh Road. Posted detour.

– M-37, Grand Traverse County, has one lane open in every course south of Traverse Metropolis with visitors shifts.

– M-55 in Manistee, Manistee County, is closed between US-31 and Stronach Highway and detoured.

– M-115, Wexford County, is closed between M-37 and 9 Mile Highway west of Mesick. Detour: M-37, 4 Highway and 9 Highway.

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– US-23 in Cheboygan, Cheboygan County, may have southbound visitors detoured on native streets.

– US-23 in Harrisville, Alcona County, is detoured for through-traffic. Native entry is maintained.

– US-31, Charlevoix County, is detoured south of Charlevoix for through-traffic. Native entry is maintained.

– US-131 in Boyne Falls, Charlevoix County, is closed from Cherry Hill Highway to Skop Highway. Native entry is maintained.

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– M-28 in Munising, Alger County, may have a directional detour in place.

– M-129, Chippewa County, has one lane open in alternating instructions over the Munuscong River south of Pickford through momentary indicators.

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– US-2 in Bessemer, Gogebic County, has one lane open in alternating instructions between Clayberg Road and Previous US-2 through momentary indicators.

– US-41 in Marquette Township, Marquette County, has one lane closed in every course from County Highway 492 to Washington Road.

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– US-41 in Nestoria, Baraga County, may have one lane open in alternating instructions between Pine Avenue and King Lake Highway through momentary visitors indicators.

– US-41 (Townsend Drive) in Houghton, Houghton County, has one lane open in every course between MacInnes Drive and Pearl Road with a visitors shift.

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– US-41, Houghton County, has one lane open in alternating instructions over Peepsock Creek south of Houghton through momentary indicators.

For up-to-date data on MDOT tasks, view the checklist of statewide lane closures on the Mi Drive web site at www.Michigan.gov/Drive.

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