ANN ARBOR (WWJ) — A major closure affecting drivers in Ann Arbor is set to begin Friday night.

The M-14 freeway will shut down in both directions this weekend with the closure going through August. MDOT spokesperson Kari Arend spoke to WWJ Newsradio 950 about the exact closure details.

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“Westbound will be closed starting at 9 p.m. on Friday, March 3,” Arend said. “Eastbound will be closed starting 8 p.m. on Saturday, March 5.”

The posted detour will include US-23 and I-94.

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The project includes concrete pavement patching between I-94 and the Huron River, resurfacing between the Huron River and the US-23/M-14 interchange, and bridge work at several locations, including over the Huron River, Bandemer Park and the railroad.

During construction, one lane of M-14 will be open between the US-23/M-14 interchange and Main Street. Access to Main Street and the Miller Road/Maple Road interchange will be maintained at all times.

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