Here’s the weekly update from Michigan Department of Transportation regarding its work on the U.S. 131 improvement project in Three Rivers.
Stage 2 traffic pattern remains in place, as two-way traffic continues in the area of the M-60 junction as well as in the area of Hoffman Road at the north end of the project.
Meanwhile, roadbuilding and box-culvert construction begins at William R. Monroe Boulevard, at the south end of the project.
In addition, roadbuilding is to begin on M-60 near the U.S. 131 junction, also at the southern end, where permanent signal work will be underway.
MDOT added that possible asphalt paving is to begin late in the week at the Rocky River/Hoffman Road area.
Other matters include utility-relocation work ongoing throughout the project and ditch-restoration work to get underway at the north end of the project working south.
The Rocky River bridge northbound remains closed until asphalt paving work is completed.