Mar 26th 2018 | Posted in Transportation by Strategic Partnerships, Inc.

Michigan- The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) is requesting bids in June for a nine-mile construction project planned for Interstate 94. The project, located in Jackson County, is estimated to cost between $90 million and $100 million. The first phase of the multi-year project is expected to begin this summer. Road and bridge work will span from State Highway 60 to Sargent Road.

Phase one includes resurfacing 7.5 miles of road, reconstructing 1.4 miles of road, tearing down and building two bridges and adding a pair of roundabouts. Future phases include reconstruction of bridges on SH 60, Elm Avenue and Lansing Avenue. MDOT intends to keep I-94 open during the duration of construction. Prior to construction, MDOT plans to host an informational meeting for citizens. More information on the project is located here.