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BYRON TOWNSHIP, Mich. (WOOD) — The 100th Street bridge over US-131 that gained notoriety after being hit around a dozen times last year will be replaced in 2020.
The Michigan Department of Transportation has scheduled the $10.5 million project to start in April and continue through September.
The bridge south of Grand Rapids will be closed entirely during construction but workers plan to minimize the impact to US-131 keeping some lanes open for the majority of the project. During times when 131 is closed entirely, traffic will be routed off the highway and back on at 100th Street.
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