Nighttime flag operation on US-41 near Chassell to start tomorrow

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CHASSELL – Starting tomorrow, motorists should expect 24-hour lane closures under flag control at the Michigan Department of Transportation concrete repair project on US-41 in Houghton County. The project extends from North Entry Road to Seventh Street in Chassell.

The 24-hour flag operation is expected to continue through Saturday, July 22. The closures will likely result in delays for motorists.

Nighttime work is necessary to allow curing time for concrete patches and to reduce the total time the roadway is reduced to one lane.

This work is part of a $2.8 million investment in 6 miles of roadway at various locations on US-41, US-45, and M-26 in Ontonagon and Houghton counties. Work includes asphalt resurfacing; concrete pavement, curb, gutter, sidewalk and ramp repair; concrete joint repair; and pavement markings. The project started Monday and is expected to be completed by October 6.

You can find a map of the project here.

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