Mackinac Bridge has seen about 35 precent of its normal traffic for the month of April, according to WLUC-TV. The cause for the lower numbers should be fairly clear.

The state of Michigan has been on lock down with a limit on travel since March 25. The stay-at-home order has been extended until May 15th now, so we don't imagine traffic going up for the month of May just yet.

According to MLive, the number of lost revenue is a lot harder to keep track of right now, just due to the different amount of traffic on the bridge. Trucking is still a normal and typical scene on the bridge.

As of right now, there have been no plans released for the annual Labor Day Bridge Walk.

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