HUDSON, Mich. - Work begins today on resurfacing a six-mile stretch of M-34 between U.S. 127 in Hudson and M-156 in Clayton, according to Michigan Department of Transportation officials.
Work on the $11 million project will cut traffic to one lane. A temporary signal will be installed to regulate traffic.
The project is expected to be completed in early November, MDOT officials said.
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