(CBS DETROIT) – The Michigan Department of Transportation announced that repairs have been made to I-75 in Troy after being damaged from a tanker crash and fire that happened on July 12, and freeway lanes and ramps will reopen.

Repairs were made to the pavement and the median barrier.

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All southbound I-75 lanes will reopen at Big Beaver Road on Wednesday, July 11.

Northbound I-75 will fully reopen except from 8 Mile Road to Wattles Road, where only two lanes are open.

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The right lane will remain closed for repairs unrelated to the July 12 tanker crash.

The Rochester Road and Big Beaver Road ramps will also reopen.

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