I-69 rebuild underway in St. Clair County

By Dave Fredrick - Sanilac Broadcasting

(ST. CLAIR COUNTY) – A $38 million reconstruction project along Interstate 69 in St. Clair County began Monday, and a months-long period of single-lane closures in both directions is expected while work is underway.

The Michigan Department of Transportation is rebuilding close to six miles of both eastbound and westbound freeway from M-19 to Miller Road, which borders Mussey and Emmett townships, as well as a section of M-19 from I-69 north to Burt Road in Emmett.

The project is part of a program to revamp state highways and bridges that was announced earlier this year and is expected to be wrapped up by November 2022.

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Once road work begins, traffic was expected to be maintained with traffic shifts.

A ramp closure will be required at Riley Center Road through different phases of work, and M-19 traffic will be maintained with a temporary signal.

Some ramp closures may come this summer and a break in construction would take place during the winter months.

A mobile concrete plant will be set up along I-69 by Riley Center to service the rebuilding project with materials.

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