Traverse City News and Events

M22, M204 Resurfacing Project Starts Monday, Will Last To November

By Beth Milligan | Aug. 8, 2019

The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) will invest nearly $2.2 million to crack seal and resurface several sections of M-22 and M-204 in Leelanau County starting Monday (August 12) and continuing through November 2.

The project will include work in the following corridors:

> Repaving M-22 from M-204 north to Reynolds Street in Leland
> Chip sealing M-204 from the western M-22 intersection to the village of Lake Leelanau
> Repaving M-204 in the village of Lake Leelanau
> Chip sealing and repaving M-204 from the village of Lake Leelanau east to M-22 in Suttons Bay. This portion of the project includes widening the paved shoulders to 8 feet.

The project will introduce new recessed pavement markings and rumble strips, as well as a wider paved shoulder east of Lake Leelanau. Work will require daytime single-lane closures under flag control.

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