Detroit — The ramp from the southbound Southfield Freeway to eastbound Interstate 96 has been reopened after a large hole in the pavement was repaired, officials said.

Michigan Department of Transportation officials said at about 6 a.m. they were closing the ramp because of the hole and that it would remain shut through rush hour.

About 157,000 motorists travel the stretch in Detroit between the Southfield Freeway and Greenfield on I-96 daily, including 11,170 commercial vehicles, according to MDOT's Annual Average Daily Traffic count.

That bridge was rated "fair" at last inspection, per MDOT.

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