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M-46/M-19 intersection closure postponed until June 19 in Sandusky

SAGINAW, Mich. - Due to unforeseen delays, the planned closure for the M-46/M-19 intersection in Sandusky is postponed until June 19. This closure is being implemented in coordination with the City of Sandusky's watermain improvements project.

MDOT is investing $26.4 million to rebuild and improve M-46 and M-19 in Sanilac County. Work includes replacing the M-46 bridge over the Black River, rebuilding M-46 in the city of Sandusky, replacing storm sewer, upgrading traffic signals, replacing curbs, upgrading sidewalks, safety improvements, new bridge approaches, and guardrail work.



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Start date:
Wednesday, June 19, 2024

Estimated end date:
July 2024

Project completion date:
November 2025

Traffic restrictions:
Traffic will be detoured from M-19 via Miller Road, Campbell Road, M-46, Jackson Street, Argyle Street, and Dawson Street to M-46.

Both directions of M-46 will remain closed between M-19 and Jackson Street until late July. Traffic is detoured via N. Elk Street, Argyle Street and Jackson Street back to M-46. M-46 will also remain closed from Maple Valley Street/Dawson Street to M-19 until late October. Traffic is detoured via N. Elk Street, Argyle Street, and Dawson Street back to M-46.

Jobs numbers:
Based on economic modeling, this investment is expected to directly and indirectly support 375 jobs.

Safety benefit:
This work will rebuild the aging roadways, supporting commuter and commercial traffic.

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