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US-10 lane closures in Bay County start July 10

BAY CITY, Mich. - The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) will begin the next phase of US-10 construction in Bay County. This work will require lane closures in both directions of US-10 while crews prepare to shift all traffic to the eastbound side.

This work is part of an overall $32.8 million investment to rebuild westbound US-10 from 7 Mile Road to Bay City. The project includes bridge maintenance at Three Mile Road, replacing a culvert at Culver Creek, and replacing the Mackinaw Road overpass in May 2024 with the addition of two roundabouts to mitigate congestion, and replacing the current traffic signals.



Closest city:
Bay City

Start date:
Monday, July 10, 2023

Estimated project end date:
November 2024

Traffic restrictions:
Beginning Monday, July 10, both directions of US-10 will be reduced to one lane between I-75 and 7 Mile Road. These lane closures are expected to be in place until approximately Tuesday, July 18, when crews will shift all traffic to the eastbound side where it will remain until this phase of construction is complete this November.

Also beginning July 18, the southbound I-75 ramp to westbound US-10 will also be closed and detoured via southbound I-75, M-84, northbound I-75, and westbound US-10.

The Three Mile Road bridge remains closed for construction and is expected to reopen to traffic before the Labor Day holiday weekend.

Jobs numbers:
Based on economic modeling, this investment is expected to directly and indirectly support nearly 397 jobs.

Safety benefit:
This project is intended to improve the pavement conditions of westbound US-10 and address important bridge repairs to ensure operations and safety of the road. This phase of detouring will allow the contractor to safely rebuild the westbound lanes of US-10.

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