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The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) and the City of Detroit will host two open house-style public meetings to kick off Phase 2 of cons
Below is an update of construction activities that everyone can expect to see within the next two weeks out on Grand River. Please keep in mind that these activities and schedules are weather permitting, if there are any updates to the work week we will do the best we can to get those updates out to everyone. This information will also be posted to the project website every week, so please feel free to check out the site.
Also, we would like to reshare this flyer with everyone for the Grand River Streetscape Virtual Open Community Office Hours that is held Bi-Weekly. Please join MDOT, City of Detroit, DEGC, DWSD and Major Cement every other Tuesday from 10:30am to 11:30am for project updates and conversation. The next virtual open house is scheduled for Tuesday, July 15 at 10:30am. Please join us and let me know if you have any questions.
Week Look Ahead (Monday, June 13th to Saturday, July 18th, 2020)
Project Manager ‐ Complete Streets
Department of Public Works, City of Detroit
Coleman A. Young Municipal Center, 611
Detroit, Michigan 48226
MDOT in partnership with the City of Detroit, will be resurfacing and providing streetscape improvements to approximately 2.8 miles of the road. The goals of this project include improving mobility by implementing traffic calming measures and strengthening foot traffic for existing and new businesses.
Street enhancements from M-39 Service Drive to Berg Rd.
Construction will begin in the summer of 2019 and continue through the winter of 2020.
This project will include road resurfacing, water main work through DWSD, two-way cycle track, improved on street parking, pedestrian islands, mid-block crossings, landscaping, new signalized intersections, and bus islands.
The goal of a streetscape project is to achieve a beautiful corridor where neighborhood businesses can thrive and where people feel safe and welcomed. The improvements will better support all forms of transportation including walking, biking, riding transit and taking a car.
Grand River will remain open during construction and access to businesses will be maintained. Free public parking is available at a number of locations.