As they usually do for long holiday weekends,  Michigan Department of Transportation is removing lane restrictions for many of their work projects across the state this holiday weekend.

According to MDOT,  the restrictions will lifted starting Friday afternoon, May 26th at 3 p.m. and continue until Tuesday morning, May 27th.

There are however a few zones that will remain active through out the holiday weekend.  So if you are traveling through the state be on the lookout for these areas.  Here are areas in  Southwest Michigan that will still have restrictions.

  • Blue Star Highway in South Haven, Van Buren County, is closed over the Black River with a posted detour.
  • I-94, Berrien County, has the eastbound lanes shifted from Hennessey Road to the Van Buren County line.
  • I-94, Berrien County, has two eastbound lanes open from Bridgman (Exit 16) to Stevensville (Exit 23).
  • I-94, Van Buren County, has two lanes open in each direction over the Paw Paw River with a traffic shift.
  • I-196 Business Loop, Van Buren County, has traffic shifted at Blue Star Highway in South Haven.
  • M-99 in Albion, Calhoun County, is closed and detoured.

There are other areas thorough out the state that will still have restrictions.  If you are traveling this weekend you can get the full list here from MDOT.

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