Detroit I-75 lane closures begin this week; expected to last until November

Beginning Wednesday, two lanes will be closed on I-75 in Detroit as crews repair bridges between 7 Mile Road and the Davison Freeway.

When the project starts, the two right northbound lanes of the freeway will be closed from south of Davison to 8 Mile Road.

The project, which includes repairing 12 bridges, is expected to last until November. The project also includes repairing structures at the Davison and I-75 interchange, which will close the eastbound Davison ramp to northbound I-75 

According to the Michigan Department of Transportation, two lanes on both sides of I-75 will be open during peak travel times.

The Detroit project begins as parts of the freeway continue to close in Oakland County as part of the Modernize I-75 initiative. 

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The project in Oakland County has included lane, ramp, and full freeway closures for the demolition of bridges, repairs, and other roadway improvements. 

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