Construction preview: MDOT to resurface 2 major Ann Arbor highways this summer
Editor's note: This story has been edited to reflect the start dates of the construction.
Two major highway routes around Ann Arbor will see new pavement this summer as a result of Michigan Department of Transportation construction.
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M-14 in both directions between the tri-level interchanges on the north side of Ann Arbor also will be resurfaced, Arend said. The interchanges themselves are the endpoints for the project.
M-14 will be resurfaced from approximately April to early July, and resurfacing of I-94 will last from mid- to late-July and extend through early fall. Both projects may require off-peak lane closures on nights and weekends, Arend said.
The resurfacing projects are just a portion of what MDOT is planning for the 2013 construction season.
A full list of MDOT construction projects for 2013 will be released in March.
During the summer of 2012, MDOT resurfaced U.S. 23 from Washtenaw Avenue to M-14, which required lane closures during weekends.
M-14 from the U.S. 23 interchange to the Wayne County line also was under construction as MDOT completed a repaving project last summer.
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