MDOT engaged the contracting industry at a March 8 meeting to discuss their ideas about the I-96 Reconstruction project. Check out the meeting minutes, question and answers and more.
Notice To All Road, Bridge and Associated Work Contractors: MDOT needs your perspective on the I-96 Reconstruction project. Join MDOT at a meeting to discuss this project Friday, March 8, 11:30 a.m.- 4 p.m., MDOT Detroit Operations and Service Center in Detroit. Details here.
Results are in from the 188 people that took our aesthetic survey. View the examples presented and the results of the voting. Please note, while MDOT's first preference will be to take into account the survey results, MDOT may have to adjust the landscape items in some areas to fit the site conditions, such as steep slopes and soil types.
A public meeting was scheduled for Nov. 13, 2012 from 5:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m. at Lee M. Thurston High School, 26255 Schoolcraft Road, Redford Township. The purpose of the meeting was to gather public input on corridor aesthetics (landscaping, colors and more) and review potential construction staging and detour alternatives.
37 bridges are part of our project. Get details on the fixes for each.
Survey is now closed. Thank you everyone for contributing.
MDOT extends online survey for future I-96 reconstruction in Wayne County. Read entire press release.
On Thursday March 1, 2012 we will host a public meeting at Livonia City Hall from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. to discuss the project. The Livonia City Hall is on the South East corner of Farmington Road and 5 Mile Road. The address is 33000 Civic Center Drive, Livonia, MI 48154. Information presented will include potential construction impacts on traffic and graphic representations of the corridor. We encourage the public to provide us input!
The I-96 Reconstruction Project is the reconstruction of the road and rehabilitation of bridges in a seven-mile corridor, including on and offramps, from Newburgh Road to Telegraph Road, to current design standards and to improve safety.
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