KALKASKA – The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) will invest $1 million to resurface 2.1 miles of US-131 in Kalkaska from the southern M-72 intersection to just north of the northern M-72 intersection. This project will include upgrading of all sidewalk ramps to Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) standards.
The project is expected to begin on Sept. 30 (weather dependent) and be completed by Nov. 8.
Most of this work will be done with lane closures and traffic shifts. Some areas will require limited daytime single-lane closures under flag control.
This project includes new pavement markings and ADA-compliant sidewalk ramps.
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