(WXYZ) - The state has announced $115 million dollars for road construction projects that will be launched this construction season.
“While work continues on even more solutions to fix Michigan's deteriorating roads and bridges, we also have continued to prioritize existing tax dollars to build better roads,” said Speaker of the House Jase Bolger in a news release. “We worked closely with legislators from both sides of the aisle in the House and Senate, as well as MDOT and county road officials, to determine top priority projects that could quickly start providing relief for our residents.”
In our area the projects include repairs to Fort Street and I-75 in Detroit, as well as to the University Drive bridge over I-75 in Auburn Hill, near Oakland University.
Other projects in our area will be on M-59, Mt. Elliot, and Telegraph Road.
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