MDOT Replacing Signs on M-22

MDOT is replacing a series of signs on a popular northern Michigan route this month.

The Department of Transportation is replacing the signs and signposts along the M-22 corridor in Benzie, Leelanau and Manistee counties. Over 168 miles of roads throughout the region are part of the project; a major reason for the update is to ensure that signs are visible at night. MDOT says that many signs that look mine during the day may not properly reflect light at night.

The updates taking place this month are part of a regular 15-year sign replacement cycle for signs throughout Michigan.

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About Eric Wotila

Eric Wotila has been working in television in northern Michigan since 2002, working at numerous local stations over the years. Since 2011, he's worked as an anchor, photojournalist and reporter at MI News 26.
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