A major construction project to create a roundabout at a popular intersection in Oakland County is scheduled to start this summer, and won’t be completed until 2015.
It’s the weekend again which means it’s time for construction crews to hit the roads.
Aside from the major reconstruction project on I-96, drivers won’t notice too many orange barrels on the roads this weekend.
MDOT contends that the only way to complete the project in a ‘timely’ manner, six months or so, is to work around the clock.
The biggest holdup will be on I-96, which begins a seven-month shut down on Saturday.
Check this list of construction zones to avoid before hitting the roads this weekend.
It’s that time of year again, when orange barrels start making their way onto roads across Metro Detroit.
It’s going to be a cruel summer for drivers who rely on I-96 to get across town.