MUSKEGON COUNTY, MI – A piece of Russell Road in Muskegon County will bear construction that could cause travel delays over the subsequent several weeks.
A discover from the Muskegon County Road Commission considers the street “closed,” although visitors might be maintained with flaggers.
The work on Russell between River Road and the U.S. 31 southbound exit ramp is scheduled to start Thursday, Oct. 7. Completion is predicted on or earlier than Nov. 12.
The 1.66-mile mission in Dalton Township will contain lane closures and motorists are suggested to hunt alternate routes to keep away from delays.
Work by contractor Rieth Riley Construction of Wyoming will embrace street resurfacing, shoulder paving and concrete curb and gutter, in keeping with the street fee’s discover.
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