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I-75 Roadwork in Genesee County to Begin Monday

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Resurfacing along I-75 in Genesee County is expected to begin on Monday. According to the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT), crews will begin the $13.3 million, 19 mile project from the Genesee/Oakland County line to the I-475 north junction. The work will include I-75 over Cook Road, I-75 under Grand Blanc and Fenton Roads, and I-75 over the Flint River and Flushing Road.

MDOT says traffic will be impacted with up to three lanes closed at night along with daytime traffic restrictions possibly remaining in place to accommodate work. Lane closures and traffic shifts for bridgework will also take place.

The project is weather dependent and MDOT estimates a September finish date.

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