A busy Berrien County bridge remains open, and today officials with the state of Michigan met with the contractor to find out why.
The M-63 Niles Avenue Bridge over I-94 in St. Joseph was scheduled to closed Monday to get more than $860,000 in upgrades.
But electronic signs are telling drivers the work will now start on the 18th, that's a week from Monday.
Both onramps to I-94 are expected to be closed during construction, and I-94 traffic will also be affected by some lane closings.
The bridge is supposed to reopen July 20th.
State officials found out the contractor is stuck at a job in Lansing.
M-DOT told us even with this delay, they will still hold the contractor to that date, so fines could be coming if the bridge doesn't re-open by July 20th.