Businesses hope to adapt to I-96 closure
With six months of construction along Interstate 96 ahead of him, Looney Baker owner Greg Dean is taking a philosophical approach: 'Hope for the best; prepare for the worst.'
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#1 Jan 30, 2014
Don't cry for Looney Baker. Their business should increase. Instead of being near an intersection where there is a westbound I-96 entrance, now they will benefit from all the traffic along the service drive. Sure some people will take something else E-W, but tons of traffic will be on that service drive. Customers can get off on Farmington N, pick-up, and get back on the service drive west. I predict they will lament the road repair when finished.
#2 Feb 1, 2014
It is gonna be a mess !!!
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