The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) will invest $10.5 million 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.
Crews will begin work starting Monday, April 19 with shoulder and intermittent single-lane closures to begin staging the work zone and addressing work to the Veterans Memorial Parkway bridge spanning I-675. Concrete pavement patching is expected to start May 3.
The work will improve the driving surface of I-675 while addressing various improvements to 36 bridge and culvert structures along the corridor.
A Microsoft Teams virtual public meeting will be held Wednesday, April 28, to address detour changes identified to expedite the timeline and improve safety in this work zone. Additional information regarding timelines and detours for various phases of the project will be shared during the meeting.
Work is expected to occur this April through November, and April – June 2022.