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I-94 Project Update:  Several Closures Scheduled For Next Week

(August 7, 2020 3:21 PM) The Michigan Department of Transportation has announced three ramp and highway closures as part of the I-94 Corridor Project.

The first, scheduled to start 9 AM on Saturday, August 8, will close the eastbound I-94 ramp to southbound US-127 to perform ramp and shoulder reconstruction. This work scheduled to be completed by 6 PM on Saturday, August 22.

Traffic will be detoured via southbound M-50 (West Avenue) to eastbound I-94 Business Loop (Michigan Avenue) and back to southbound US-127.

On Wednesday, August 12 at 7 AM, MDOT will close the westbound I-94 ramp to westbound M-60 to shift traffic to the newly constructed westbound M-60 ramp.  MDOT expects the closure will last just one day, with reopening set for 9 PM on August 12.

Eastbound M-60 traffic heading for westbound I-94 will be detoured to eastbound I-94, then take the Airport Road exit and head back to westbound I-94. Westbound I-94 traffic heading for westbound M-60 will be detoured via southbound US-127, westbound I-94 Business Loop (Michigan Avenue), and M-50 (West Avenue) back to westbound M-60. Follow posted detours. Motorists are advised to seek alternate routes.

On Thursday, August 13,  MDOT will close eastbound I-94 at M-60 for demolition of the current eastbound M-60 structure over I-94.  Eastbound I-94 at M-60 will be closed until 8 AM on Sunday, August 16. 

Eastbound I-94 traffic will be detoured via westbound M-60, Michigan Avenue, and eastbound M-60 back to eastbound I-94.

M-60 ramp traffic will be detoured via eastbound M-60, eastbound I-94, and Airport Road back to westbound I-94.

Additional closures may be necessary. Follow posted detours. Motorists are advised to seek alternate routes.

Project map

For more information about the project, go to www.Michigan.gov/I94Jackson.

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