Construction on the project, which began in April, is about 66 percent completed.
Work begins Friday with the closure and realignment of 14 Mile Road south of the triangle to intersect with Northwestern Highway.
Repairs were supposed to start Monday on the pothole riddled road, but the paperwork process in Lansing has taken longer than expected.
MDOT has lifted several traffic restrictions to accommodate the increased amount of travelers, although some work zones will remain in place.
Roads in several Wayne County communities that are in bad shape could get the repairs they desperately need.
Southbound Greenfield Road, from just north of 9 Mile Road down to 8 Mile Road, will be completely closed for construction.