$1.5M road repair project for M-22 set to begin Monday
LEELANAU COUNTY, Mich. (WPBN/WGTU) -- An iconic stretch of highway in northern Michigan is getting more than a million dollars worth of repairs starting Monday.
The Michigan Department of Transportation will invest $1.5 million to replace and seal concrete joints and make other pavement repairs on 8.7 miles of M-22.
The exact location starts south of East Lakeview Hills Road to north 4th Street in Suttons Bay.
MDOT says this road work will require 24-hour lane closures under flag control, with up to two lane closures at a time.
Some night work is possible.
MDOT says this project will maintain a safe driving surface on this section of M-22.
The project starts Monday, Sept. 18 and is expected to be completed by Friday, Nov. 3.
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