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Surface treatment application requires closing lanes on northbound I-75 in Oakland County starting Tuesday
June 13, 2022
High-friction surface treatment is an epoxy-based product designed to improve traction for vehicles around the I-75 curve at Nine Mile Road. In addition, crews will install permanent recessed pavement markings on the northbound lanes. Application on the southbound lanes is expected to occur after the Independence Day weekend.
During work on the northbound lanes, northbound I-75 exit ramps to 8 Mile Road and I-696 will be maintained. When crews are working in the right lanes, the other entrance and exit ramps will be closed.
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