Michigan Department of Transportation officials said they expect to finish the two-year, $20 million U.S. 131 project in Three Rivers this week.
Though the anticipated completion date has long been Nov. 15, MDOT’s Nick Schirripa said he expects the project to be officially completed any day this week.
He said by and large, the project is done, though inspectors have been present to ensure all labor and materials are in compliance with state and federal standards and regulations.
Schirripa said there will be standard, punch-list items, such as landscaping for aesthetics and erosion mitigation, signal-timing adjustment, and pavement markings. Some of those issues will be addressed this year while others will be pushed to next spring.