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Old M-14 (Plymouth Road) resurfacing starts Monday, April 16, in Livonia

Contact: Rob Morosi,
Agency: Transportation

April 9, 2012 -- Work to resurface approximately 2 miles of Old M-14 (Plymouth Road) begins Monday, April 16, in the city of Livonia. This $4.5 million investment will improve ride quality and safety between Market Street and Farmington Road, and is expected to be completed in late October.

During construction, crews will leave one lane open in each direction. At times, left turns will be permitted depending upon location and staging of the project.

Paving operations will be restricted to overnight hours for both safety and improved traffic flow during the day for commuters. Overnight work also will allow for easier access for construction machinery.

Included in this project are curb repairs, constructing ramps compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act, and upgrading traffic signals.

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