HUDSONVILLE, Mich. (WOOD) — Eastbound I-196 near Hudsonville will close around 9 a.m. Monday. Drivers will be diverted off to eastbound M-6.
The reason for the closure is because westbound traffic will be shifted to the eastbound side of the freeway.
The Michigan Department of Transportation is investing $22 million to reconstruct approximately five miles of westbound I-196 from Kenowa Avenue to 32nd Avenue.
The westbound I-196 ramp to eastbound M-6 will remain open.
Westbound M-6 traffic will have access to 32nd Avenue and will also be able to continue west on I-196. The westbound M-6 ramp to eastbound I-196 will be closed.
All of this will remain in place for drivers through Aug. 1.