(CBS DETROIT) – The Michigan Department of Transportation will invest $38 million to rebuild nearly six miles of I-69 from Miller Road to M-19, and M-19 from I-69 to Burt Road.

I-69 traffic will be maintained with single-lane closures and traffic shifts. Ramp closures at Riley Center Road will also be required throughout various phases of the project. M-19 traffic will be maintained with a temporary signal.

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MDOT says the safety benefits of this work will rebuild deteriorating pavement on both I-69 and M-19.

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