The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) is holding meetings this week to discuss, after a lengthy delay, the potential widening of I-94.
The I-94 modernization project (as they call it) will “improve safety and mobility by modernizing roughly 7 miles of I-94 between Conner Avenue and I-96. Included in the modernization is utility and bridge replacement, improvements to freeway interchanges, and construction of an additional freeway lane. “ The interchanges at I-75 and M-10, along with service drives and bridges, would all be improved.
Will the modifications still have a significant impact on Midtown, Woodbridge, Fourth Street, and more, as past readers have discussed? Will the project ever start? Hopefully these questions could be answered in the meetings, which are scheduled for
- Wednesday, Nov. 16, 20169 - 11 a.m. and 5:30 - 7:30 p.m.Cathedral Church of St. Paul (Barth Hall) 4800 Woodward Ave.
- Thursday, Nov. 17, 20162 - 4 p.m. and 6 - 8 p.m.Wayne County Community College - Eastern Campus5901 Conner Ave.