PM Highway bridge work to begin next week. 

April 22, 2021

PM Highway bridge work to begin next week. 

PERE MARQUETTE TOWNSHIP — The Michigan Department of Transportation has announced that it will begin construction of the bridge on Pere Marquette Highway over the railroad tracks beginning Monday, April 26. Construction was originally scheduled to begin March 1 but was delayed due to permits. 

The $1.3 million project will see replacement of the bridge deck, painting, approach work, new concrete curb and gutter, new guardrail and pavement markings.

Traffic will be detoured during the project with US 10 to US 31 expressway being the official detour.

The project is expected to be complete the end of August. 

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