UPPER MICHIGAN (WLUC) - MDOT has released its map of 2018 road construction projects. The 12 MDOT projects planned for Upper Michigan are listed below and shown in the map above. Further links from MDOT are in the related links section on this page.
1. M-28 in Gogebic County: June-Aug
Replace bridge over Jackson Creek. Closed and detoured.
2. M-64 in Ontonagon County: May-Sept
Apply epoxy overlay and replace joints on Ontonagon River Bridge. 1 alternating lane open with traffic signals.
3. US-41 in Baraga County: June-Aug
Mill and resurface 7 miles from Old US-41 to county line. Traffic shifts, 1 alternating lane open under flag control.
4. US-41/US-141 in Baraga County: June-Aug
Resurface 11.3 miles of US-41 from M-28 to Mead Rd and US-141 from county line north 4.5 miles. 1 alternating lane open under flag control.
5. US-2/US-141 in Dickinson County: May-Sept
Reconstruct intersection. 1 lane open in each direction, short-term US-141 detour.
6. M-95 in Dickinson County: May-Aug
Reconstruct 9.5 miles from Channing to county line. 1 lane open in each direction during non-work hours. 1 alternating lane open under flag control during work hours.
7. US-41/M-28 in Marquette County: June-Sept
Mill and resurface 1.5 miles from Water St to Malton Rd and 3 miles from Second St to west of Westwood Dr. 1 lane open in each direction.
8. US-2/US-41/M-35 in Delta County: Jan-Sept
Second year of 2-year project. Replace US-2 bridge over Escanaba River. 1 lane open in each direction, 1 daytime detour.
9. US-2 in Delta County: June-Sept
Reconstruct 5.5 miles westbound lanes from Gladstone to Rapid River. 1 lane open in each direction on eastbound side.
10. US-2 in Mackinac County: May-Aug
Repair steel, paint and replace joints on Cut River Bridge. Closed and detoured.
11. M-28 in Chippewa County: May-Nov
Reconstruct 0.4 miles and reconstruct ramp terminals at I-75 interchange. 1 alternating lane open with traffic signal.
12. I-75 BS in Chippewa County: May-Nov
First year of 2-year project. Reconstruct 2.2 miles from 3 Mile Rd ramp to 10th Ave, construct roundabout at Mackinac Trail intersection. 1 lane open in each direction or 1 alternating lane open. Minor overnight detours.
The map is available at www.michigan.gov/mdotmaps, and will also be on display in all rest areas and Welcome Centers across the state in the coming weeks.
"The yearly construction map is an excellent snapshot showing the extensive work MDOT has planned for the year to improve the state's roads and bridges," said State Transportation Director Kirk T. Steudle. "It's also a useful tool to help drivers prepare for work zones along their planned route. Please remember to slow down in construction zones and avoid all distractions. The workers you're trusting to fix the roads are trusting you with their lives. Drive safely and responsibly in their work area. We want everyone to make it home each and every night."
The most up-to-date construction information for state roads is always available on the Mi Drive traffic website at www.michigan.gov/drive.