Starting Monday, April 19th, Kalamazoo County Road Commission...Road Closurer for Street Realignment at Texas Drive and 8th Street. The project will realign Texas Drive at 8th Street. Work will also include drain improvements, curb, gutter and sidewalk placement. DETOUR: Texas Drive and 8th Street will be detoured west to 5th St., north to PQ Ave., east to 6th St., and north to O Ave.
Starting Monday, April 19, There will be a lane shift on M-89 in Richland, Kalamazoo County, for tar-and-chip operations.
One lane of traffic will be shifted as crew work on M-89 from the M-89/M-43 junction to downtown Richland.
Starting Monday, April 19th, The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) will be repaving about 6 miles of M-43 north of Hastings in Barry County, from the north city limits to Usborne Road. Also included in the project are guardrail and intersection improvements, permanent signing and pavement markings.
Work is scheduled for completion in mid-August.
Starting Monday, April 19, the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) will be repaving more than a half-mile of US-12 Business Route (BR) in Niles, Berrien County, from the Grant Street/Lincoln Avenue intersection to the St. Joseph River. The project also includes sidewalk ramp upgrades.
US-12 BR traffic will be detoured during paving operations. While Main Street and Lincoln Avenue are being repaved, the detour route will be St. Joseph Avenue and Grant Street. When St. Joseph Avenue and Grant Street are being repaved, Main Street and Lincoln Avenue will be the detour route.
Starting Monday, April 19, the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) will be resurfacing 1.5 miles of M-40 in Paw Paw, Van Buren County.
This $2.75 project includes resurfacing M-40 from Joseph Avenue to Power Plant Road, curb and gutter replacement, storm sewer replacement, sidewalk construction, and guardrail, traffic signal, and non-freeway sign upgrades.
Work is scheduled for completion by Oct. 30, and one lane of traffic will be maintained in each direction during most of the construction. A minimum of one lane in each direction will be maintained for the majority of the work. When lane closures are required, flagging crews will help direct traffic.