As everyone gets ready to hit the roads this weekend,  Michigan Department of Transportation will once again lift most work zone restrictions for the holiday weekend.

According to M-Dot,  beginning Friday, June 30th at 3 p.m.  through Wednesday, July 5th at 6 a.m. 94 of the 129 work projects around the state will have restrictions removed.

This is to help traffic over the long holiday weekend.  There will still be restrictions in place for a few projects around the state.

For more details you can check out M-Dot interactive for construction projects through out Michigan.

Here is a list of work zones in Southwest Michigan that will still have restrictions though the holiday weekend.

- 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.

- M-99 in Albion, Calhoun County, is closed and detoured.

- US‐12 in Three Oaks, Berrien County, has one lane open with a temporary traffic signal.

If you are traveling this weekend have a safe and happy fourth.

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