Three major roadways getting partial resurfacing

ST. JOSEPH COUNTY, Mich. -- The Michigan Department of Transportation announced they will be resurfacing seven and a half miles of roadways on M-103, M-66 and US-12.

The stretch of roads being resurfaced include: M-103 from the Michigan/Indiana state line to Ceceila Street in Mottville; M-66 between the north junction with M-86 and Spring Creek Road near Colon; and US-12 from Klinger Lake Road to M-66 (Centreville Road) in Sturgis.

These areas will undergo milling and asphalt resurfacing, concrete sidewalk improvements, and pavement markings.

Resurfacing efforts will cause single-lane closures near the construction crews that will have traffic regulators to help direct drivers.

These projects will begin on Monday and are expected to be completed on October 29.

For more information on this project and any MDOT roadway construction, click here.

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