SWARTZ CREEK, MI – Culvert work and drainage enhancements will shut the eastbound I-69 entrance ramp in Swartz Creek this week.

The Michigan Division of Transportation introduced the $80,000 in work is scheduled to shut the Miller Highway ramp to eastbound I-69 starting Monday, July 30 and working by means of Saturday, Aug. 4.

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Single lane closures are additionally set to happen alongside eastbound I-69 from Morrish Highway to Miller Highway, in accordance with the state Division of Transportation. Shoulder closures may even happen throughout the work interval.

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The work is supposed to enhance drainage close to the highway, forestall flooding, and lengthen the lifetime of the highway.

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