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Southbound US-24 (Telegraph Road) lane closures begin north of I-96 on Sept. 16
US-24 (Telegraph Road)
SOUTHBOUND START DATE:
Monday, Sept. 16, 2019
PROJECT END DATE:
The next phase of the US-24 (Telegraph Road) bridge project north of I-96 will begin Monday with lane closures on southbound US-24 from 5 Mile Road/Fenkell Avenue to I-96. Starting Monday, the two left lanes will be closed for bridge work over the Tarabusi Creek.
An upcoming three-week closure of southbound US-24 will be announced as soon as the dates are scheduled.
Lane closures continue on northbound US-24 north of I-96, including the service drive. Those are expected to reopen by the end of September.
Project map: https://bit.ly/2WTwHW1
The Michigan Department of Transportation is investing $1.8 million to perform bridge repairs on US-24 (Telegraph Road) over the Tarabusi Creek between I-96 and Five Mile Road/Fenkell Avenue. Work includes removing and replacing support beams, patching the driving surface, and other repairs.
This work will extend the life of the bridge, improve the safety of the roadway and ensure long-term use.