Motorists headed northbound on US-23 near Fenton should expect some delays through the week due to ramp rehabilitation.

The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) says it will be investing $200,000 of remaining maintenance budget funds for the 2017 fiscal year to resurface the northbound US-23 ramps at Torrey Road.

The repair work begins tomorrow evening and will require closing the northbound ramps each night between 8pm and 7am. MDOT says drivers should also expect a single-lane closure on northbound US-23 at the interchange to accommodate the work.

The project is expected to be completed this Thursday. MDOT says the repairs will create a smoother road surface on the ramps to improve ride quality and extend the life of the roadway.