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M-90 railroad crossing and culvert replacement in Sanilac County starts July 9
ESTIMATED START DATE:
Thursday, July 9, 2020
ESTIMATED COMPLETION DATE:
The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) and the Sanilac County Drain Commission will replace the existing open ditch on the north side of M-90 with storm sewer. Work includes replacing two existing culverts across M-90, rebuilding the railroad crossing near Croswell Road, adding a left-turn lane at Croswell Road, and resurfacing M-90 through the project limits. MDOT is contributing $2.5 million toward the total cost of the drainage project.
M-90 traffic will be maintained with a temporary signal. A two-week closure for railroad crossing work is expected to begin Aug. 19; traffic will be detoured via Croswell Road, Sanborn Street, and Howard Avenue.
This work will improve drainage, extend the life of the roadway, and improve the driving surface of the railroad crossing.