LUCE COUNTY, MI-- A project to resurface about seven miles of M-123 in Luce County is slated to begin Monday.
The Michigan Department of Transportation says it’s investing $560,000 to treat cracks, resurface, perform shoulder work, and create centerline rumble strips on the highway. Officials say the rumble strips are a proven and cost-effective way to prevent lane-departure crashes.
The work area runs from north of County Road 407 to north of Murphy Creek.
The project is expected to be completed by August 18.