Miller Road repairs at I-75 in Flint Township start July 10Contact: Jocelyn Hall, MDOT Office of Communications, 989-245-7117Agency: Transportation
ESTIMATED STARTING DATE:
Monday, July 10, 2017
ESTIMATED COMPLETION DATE:
The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) will invest $426,000 in repairs to the Miller Road overpass at I-75 in Flint Township following damage previously sustained during a high-load hit. The project includes some beam replacement and deck repairs.
Davison TSC operations engineer Keith Brown discusses project details on YouTube at www.youtube.com/watch?v=iOTXtL9uBdk.
Project map: goo.gl/fzidJE
Miller Road will be reduced to three lanes (one lane in each direction with a dedicated center turn lane) over I-75. During removal of the damaged beam, southbound I-75 will be reduced to two lanes, and traffic will be detoured onto the I-69 entrance ramp and reenter I-75 south of the Miller Road overpass. This work will be completed primarily during overnight hours.
This work involves repairing two beams that sustained damage during a high-load hit that occurred in December 2016. The new beams will ensure the structural integrity of the bridge and allow all lanes of traffic on the Miller Road overpass to reopen.