Police say the primary cause was drivers traveling too fast for road conditions.
Spokeswoman Diane Cross said that eastbound between M-39 and Livernois will be drivable just after 6 p.m. following a tanker explosion which damaged the roadway on Wednesday.
Crews poured new cement along a roughly 150-foot stretch of I-94 eastbound at Wyoming on Friday, the site of a tanker accident and fire that damaged the freeway on Wednesday.
A section of I-94 in Detroit will be closed in both directions this weekend in Detroit so crews can work on the M-1 Rail project.
The tanker truck burned for nearly two hours following a crash Wednesday near the Detroit-Dearborn border.
Smoke could be seen billowing from the scene of a fiery crash and explosion involving a tanker truck.
Emergency repairs are being made to a busy freeway interchange in Detroit.
Lt. Mike Shaw says that several people were in a car traveling along westbound I-94 near Mt. Elliott St. in Detroit around 1:30 a.m. Monday morning when shots rang out and the driver was struck.
Police pursued the driver as he went onto the freeway and continued to flee at 90 MPH before he rear-ended a mini-van.
Witnesses said that the vehicle lost control and overturned several times around 11 a.m. before landing on a fence at the bottom of a snowy embankment.