On August 14, 2014, MDOT will host a public meeting to discuss findings from its Environmental Assessment of its US-23 Active Traffic Management Project in Washtenaw and Livingston Counties.
MDOT moved forward with the Environmental Assessment based on input from December 2013 public meeting. The alternatives under study include replacing and upgrading pavement, median shoulders, bridges, and entrance and exit ramps. MDOT is also evaluating the effects of using upgraded shoulders, permanent message boards, cameras and other active traffic management system technology to reduce congestion, improve safety, manage incidents and better accommodate through-traffic during peak hours.
Study Update Meeting: Thursday, Aug. 14, 2014 4 to 6:30 p.m. (stop by anytime);
There will be brief presentations at 4 and 5:30 p.m.,
Location: Northfield Township Hall, 8350 Main St., Ste. A, Whitmore Lake
In 2016-17, the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) is proposing to make improvements along two busy corridors in the Ann Arbor/Brighton area. The project includes:
Pavement repairs along US-23 and M-14 between Silver Lake Road and I-94, including upgrading the median shoulder along US-23 between M-14 and M-36/9 Mile Road ;
Bridge replacement at 6 Mile Road, 8 Mile Road and N. Territorial Road;
Bridge widening at Barker Road and at the railroad bridge:
Bridge repair at Joy Road, Warren Road, and at M-14 over the Huron River and Barton Drive;
Ramp upgrades at N. Territorial Road, 6 Mile Road, 8 Mile Road and at M-36; and
Installation of additional Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) hardware, including cameras and electronic message boards.
View study details and comment at the meeting or visit www.michigan.gov/mdotstudies