LIVONIA (WWJ) – Major reconstruction work is set to begin next year along I-275 and the Michigan Department of Transportation is asking for the public’s input on how it should impact traffic.

The roughly $75 million project will stretch over six miles between 5 Mile Road and the I-96/I-696 interchange. Concrete in each direction will be replaced for a total of 92 lane miles. Repair work also will occur on the entrance and exit ramps at each “Mile Road” and with 16 bridges along the route.

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When it comes to construction, residents and drivers have three options to choose from:

Option 1: One direction of I-275 will close completely, have traffic detoured, and work performed. Once one direction is completed, the opposite direction will close. This will take one construction season and $1.04 million in traffic control costs.

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Option 2: Northbound I-275 will remain open the entire time, with traffic shifted as work is performed, and southbound traffic will be detoured during entire project. This will take two construction seasons and $2.87 million in traffic control costs.

Option 3: Both directions of I-275 will share one side of road with barrier walls separating traffic. This will take two construction seasons and $4.85 million in traffic control costs.

MDOT is asking the public to fill out an online survey (CLICK HERE) by 6 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 8 and submit their vote for the best option.

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