Updates: 2024 Southwest Michigan Road Construction | Southwestern Michigan Tourist Council
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I-94, EAST AND WESTBOUND

STARTS MARCH 11, 2024

Work in 2024 will rebuild 3 miles of eastbound and westbound I-94 from Puetz Road (mile marker 22.5) to Washington Avenue (mile marker 25.5), including bridges over Red Arrow Highway at Exit 23.

Two lanes of I-94 will be open in each direction throughout the work. Expect slowdowns during peak summer months. 

TOTAL RAMP CLOSURE

WESTBOUND I-94 BUSINESS LOOP/RED ARROW HIGHWAY, EXIT 23-STEVENSVILLE

MARCH 11 - JULY 1, 2024

The detour for the westbound I-94 ramp to Red Arrow Highway will take you on John Beers Road Exit 22 to Red Arrow Highway.

DETOURS

NORTH AND SOUTHBOUND - RED ARROW HIGHWAY

MARCH 11 - JULY 1, 2024

I-94 CONSTRUCTION MAP

 If you have questions, contact us.

QUICK OVERVIEW FOR THE NEXT THREE YEARS

The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) has begun a three-year, $204 million investment to improve and build a longer-lasting I-94 in Southwest Michigan. In 2024, MDOT will work from Puetz Road to Washington Avenue. The work in 2025 and 2026 will be from Washington Avenue to Britain Avenue.

Here is what to expect:

I-94, EAST AND WESTBOUND 

I-94, RAMP REBUILDS

I-94 BRIDGE REBUILDS

The following I-94 bridges will be demolished and rebuilt:

I-94 BRIDGE REPAIRS

ADDITIONAL BRIDGE REPAIRS IN BERRIEN COUNTY

MDOT will repair nine bridges between Puetz Avenue in Stevensville and Washington Avenue in Berrien County.

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