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I-94 in Southwest Michigan Being Repaved; Prep Starts Monday

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I-94 Accident LawyerBERRIEN COUNTY -- Prep work ahead of repaving more than seven miles of I-94 in Southwest Michigan is scheduled to start today (March 6), according to The Kalamazoo Gazette.

The Michigan Department of Transportation will begin work to repave 7.4 miles of eastbound I-94 between Bridgman and Stevensville in Berrien County.

The $9.8 million project includes replacing median cable barrier and guardrails, culvert replacement, new signs and right-of-way fence.

Tree trimming and removal will start today, and road construction will start Monday, April 17. The work is anticipated to be complete Friday, Sept. 22.

There will be night and weekend work, with single-lane closures during the day and peak travel times. Double-lane closures will occur at night. At least one eastbound lane will be open throughout construction.

Drivers should expect moderate delays.

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