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M-10 (Northwestern Highway) resurfacing
in Oakland County starts June 15
- Crews will resurface 4 miles of Northwestern Highway in Southfield.
- Resurfacing work is restricted to weeknights and weekends.
- All work is expected to be completed before Labor Day weekend.
June 7, 2012 -- A capital preventive maintenance project to resurface nearly 4 miles of M-10 (Northwestern Highway) is expected to begin on Friday, June 15. The M-10 resurfacing, between Orchard Lake and Franklin roads in the city of Southfield, will be done via lane closures. All work on this $2.9 million project is expected to be completed before Labor Day.
The resurfacing work is restricted to weeknights and weekends. Crews plan to close two lanes from 9 p.m. until 6 a.m. Mondays through Thursdays. On weekends, motorists should expect around-the-clock double-lane closures beginning 9 p.m. Friday and ending 6 a.m. Monday, and single-lane closures during daytime hours for curb and drainage structure work.
Capital preventive maintenance is part of MDOT's Asset Management Program, the most efficient and cost-effective way to invest taxpayer dollars in Michigan's aging road system. Last resurfaced in 2001, this stretch of Northwestern Highway was identified as a candidate for capital preventive maintenance in order to protect and extend the original investment. Additional information on capital preventive maintenance can be found on MDOT's YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/MichiganDOT.
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