OAKLAND CO. (WXYZ) — The Michigan Department of Transportation is reminding drivers that road work on a section of I-75 in northern Oakland County is set to begin Monday, April 20.
The punch list work will focus on the application of permanent pavement markings and rumble strips on I-75 between Baldwin Road and South Boulevard, MDOT said.
Work begins at 7 a.m., as northbound and southbound I-75 will have continuous multi-lane closures until 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 22.
All construction is dependent on weather, MDOT adds.
Additional Fast facts:
- The 2019 project in northern Oakland County repaired 21 bridges on I-75 between South Boulevard and Baldwin Road.
- Punchlist work begins tomorrow with crews installing permanent pavement markings.
- One lane will remain open in each direction during this operation.