Until now, you could exit M-6 westbound at Wilson Avenue before the freeway reconstruction that has closed the highway from Wilson to I-196. Now you MUST exit at Byron Center Avenue and use local streets from there. The Wilson Avenue exit ramp is getting a makeover for a month. Through traffic should use westbound I-96 and I-196. More ramp makeovers today (9/22) until 6 p.m. at the 54th Street interchange on US-131. Three of the six ramps are closed at a time.
GEORGETOWN TOWNSHIP, Mich. – The eastbound lanes are paved, marked, and rumble strips installed, and drivers Friday morning found the highway open from I-196 to past Byron Center Avenue. But the westbound lanes remain closed. The Michigan Department of Transportation announced on Wednesday the highway would open ahead of schedule, possibly as early as Thursday. At one point, engineers believed the opening would happen Wednesday evening.
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. – The project that has closed the intersection of Lake Drive and Fuller Avenue has been extended until October 2. The original project schedule had the work done by September 8. Crews will be working on underground pipe installation through September 25, Grand Rapids Communications Director Steve Guitar told FOX 17 in an email Thursday morning. After that, crews from DTE will work that will be complete October 2. But there’s hope for nearby residents and drivers.
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