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MDOT updates US 131 project

Here’s the weekly update from Michigan Department of Transportation regarding the reconstruction of U.S. 131 in Three Rivers. Stage 2 traffic pattern remains in place, as two-way traffic uses the southbound U.S. 131 lane for the balance of the construction zone. Meanwhile, work at the Rocky River bridge continues. Crews are focusing their attention this week on an area under …

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MDOT gives update on US 131 project

Here’s the latest information regarding Michigan Department of Transportation’s reconstruction project of U.S. 131 in Three Rivers. Stage 2 traffic pattern remains in place, meaning two-way traffic follows the southbound U.S. 131 lane in areas around the M-60 intersection at the south end as well as at the Hoffman Street intersection at the north end. A new deck was poured …

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MDOT updates US 131 project

The Michigan Department of Transportation has announced the weekly details of its work taking place on U.S. 131 in Three Rivers. Stage 2 traffic is in place and operating with two-way traffic on southbound U.S. 131 at M-60 junction, toward the south end of the project north to the Hoffman Road/Rocky River bridge area. Meanwhile, Hoffman Road has been closed …

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MDOT updates US 131 work

Michigan Department of Transportation has released its weekly update regarding the U.S. 131 reconstruction project in Three Rivers. MDOT officials said a temporary stop light has been activated at the M-60/US-131 junction, as M-60 traffic now comes to a three-way intersection. The Stage 2 traffic plan is in place, meaning two-way traffic on southbound U.S. 131 at the M-60 junction …

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US-131 project update

Here’s the weekly update from Michigan Department of Transportation regarding the US-131 improvement project in Three Rivers. MDOT officials said a temporary traffic signal is now activated at the south end of the M-60/US-131 intersection, which has been modified to a T-intersection. There is also two-way traffic on southbound 131 at the intersection, according to MDOT’s media release. Crews are …

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MDOT update on US 131 reconstruction

Here’s the weekly update from Michigan Department of Transportation regarding its work on the U.S. 131 reconstruction project in Three Rivers. Single-lane closures remain in effect for northbound and southbound routes. Meanwhile, median curb islands and pavement widenings are to be paved this week, later than originally scheduled due to rain delays last week. Also, crews are continuing utility work …

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US 131 project update

Here’s a weekly update from the Michigan Department of Transportation regarding the U.S. 131 project in Three Rivers. For northbound and southbound lanes, construction will continue on the existing median curb lane islands. They will be replaced with temporary paving this week. Meanwhile, crews will continue utility work on outside shoulders, while median work will also continue on median traffic …

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Partial road closures in Cass and Van Buren counties

Two major routes in Cass and Van Buren counties will be partially closed through the end of the month as Michigan Department of Transportation crews work on repaving. MDOT’s Nick Schirripa said the project started Monday and involves seven miles of M-40 and M-51, including M-40 from Marcellus Highway north to the Cass/Van Buren county line, and on M-51 from …

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US 131 project update

Here’s an update on the U.S. 131 project that started Monday in Three Rivers. Through the end of the week, northbound and southbound traffic will see single-lane closures and construction will begin on the existing median curb lane islands. These will be removed and replaced with temporary paving. Signal work will begin at M-60 and U.S. 131, while tree removal …

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MDOT launches bridge information dashboard

Michigan Department of Transportation has launched a new, online dashboard to make information about the condition of all bridges on state and local road systems easily accessible to the public. Replacing a more limited version from 2018, the Michigan Bridge Conditions dashboard is now online, providing data on more than 11,000 bridges across the state. Matt Chynoweth, head of the …

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