ALGOMA TOWNSHIP, Mich. (WOOD) — The lane shift on northbound US-131 at 10 Mile Road scheduled to go into place Wednesday has been delayed until Friday.
All northbound US-131 traffic will shift over to southbound lanes from 10 Mile to 14 Mile roads Friday, according to the Michigan Department of Transportation’s website.
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There will be two southbound lanes during the morning and two northbound lanes during the evening, the same as MDOT did earlier this summer on northbound US-131.
It’s part of the MDOT project to rebuild northbound US-131. Crews recently completed rebuilding the southbound lanes.
The project will also include ramp closures. The ramp from 10 Mile Road to NB US-131 will close Thursday. There will be no exit ramp for drivers traveling on northbound US-131 to 14 Mile Road.
This project is scheduled to be in place until Oct. 23.