Exit ramp from eastbound I-94 to M-14 to be closed for six hours Saturday
The exit ramp from eastbound Interstate 94 to eastbound M-14 on the western edge of Ann Arbor will be closed for about six hours early Saturday morning.
The Michigan Department of Transportation will be installing a sign directly overhead the exit ramp from 1 to 7 a.m. Saturday. The closure is dependent on the weather, and may not last the entire six hours.
Drivers traveling on eastbound I-94 who wish to go north on U.S. 23 will be directed to follow a detour around Ann Arbor as a result of the ramp closure.
The detour is eastbound I-94 to northbound U.S. 23 to westbound M-14 and back to northbound U.S. 23.
The sign replacement project has been ongoing construction by MDOT along the I-94 corridor.
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