A road project in the village of Centreville is progressing toward its completion date of Saturday next week.
Nick Schirripa, spokesman for the Michigan Department of Transportation’s Southwest Region, said crews over the past six weeks have been working on East Main Street and creating what will eventually be a three-lane roadway through a majority of the village.
The road currently varies from two lanes to four. Schirripa said the reconfiguration will make a consistent pattern of one lane in both directions and a center-turn lane.
Schirripa said the $500,000 project will eliminate confusion for motorists who aren’t familiar with the route and where two lanes merge into one.