MDOT US-23 Project

MDOT is considering a $63.7 million investment in the US-23 corridor from M-14 to 9 Mile Road.  On December 12, 2013, MDOT hosted public meeting at Northfield Township Hall.  View the presentation and video from the meeting at this link. You can also learn about the project at MDOT's project page, or in recent coverage by MLive's Ann Arbor News.

2040 Long Range Plan Amendments

Amendments to the 2040 Long Range Transportation Plan (LRP) are available to review and comments on amendments must be sent to Nick Sapkiewicz by March 22, 2014.  Click to view the amendments.  The Long Range Transportation Plan defines goals and objectives, and projects funding for transportation improvements in the County. 

Link to blog post for the I-94 bridge crossing

Huron/I-94 Non-motorized Crossing 

Huron/I-94 Non-motorized improvement update - WATS is managing planning efforts to design a non-motorized crossing on Huron Street over I-94 as part of Washtenaw County’s HUD Sustainable Communities grant.  WATS is working with Washtenaw County, MDOT, and stakeholders in Ypsilanti and Ypsilanti Township to:

  • identify feasible crossing alternatives at Huron over I-94

  • select a preferred crossing alternative to present for local acceptance

  • complete traffic modeling of any interchange reconfigurations

  • begin engineering work necessary to construct non-motorized improvements

Public participation opportunities will be held in late summer to review the feasible crossing alternatives. Stay tuned to www.miwats.org for updates.

Transportation Improvement Program

Amendments to the FY 2014-2017 Transportation Improvement Program are available to review and comments on amendments must be sent to sapkiewiczn@miwats.org by June 18, 2014.  Click to view the amendments to the program.  The TIP is a programming document used to implement the goals, objectives, and projects found in the Long Range Transportation Plan. 

Washtenaw County Unified Planning Work Program

WATS' Draft FY 2014/2015 Unified Planning Work Program is available for comment. The UWP guides WATS’ and TheRide's federally funded planning efforts. WATS encourages the public to comment on the draft document, which will be approved pending comment at the January 15, 2014 Policy Committee meeting.  Click here for the Draft UWP, or here to view our Administrative Budget.


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