Trumbull Street Reconstruction
The street will be widened slightly to allow for three lanes - one in each direction with a center left turn lane. The narrower through lanes will encourage motorists to drive at a steady, calm pace, reducing air pollution. The sidewalks will remain in the same location.
Adding the dedicated left turn lane is expected to significantly decrease accidents. In the past 10 years, 54% of the accidents in this section could have been avoided with a center left turn lane. This includes 70 personal injuries that could have been avoided!
The road and drainage portions of this project are being funded up to 70% through MDOT Local Agency Programs. Watermain costs are reduced by coordinating with this project.
For more information, see Trumbull Information Presentation
First Street Reconstruction
Sidewalk Replacement ProgramThe sidewalk program is on hold during the winter. Work will resume in April. Affordable Contracting is the Contractor.
Vets Bridge RehabilitationMDOT will be upgrading and repairing the mechanical systems and deck concrete on Vets Bridge Jan 2 - Aug 2, 2019.
Jenny St. (M-25 WB) / Henry St. Intersection Safety UpgradesMDOT will be installing High Friction Surface Treatment and concrete patching on westbound M-25 (Jenny and 7th Streets) Aug 12 - Sep 27, 2019. Vets Bridge traffic (Catherine to Water Streets) will be detoured on Lafayette Bridge, and Henry traffic will be detoured on Midland and Wilder.
M-13 (River Road/Broadway) RehabilitationMDOT will be rehabilitating the pavement with a 2-course (3-1/2 inches) between the interchange of I-75 and McGraw Street in 2019. There will be lane closures throughout the project.
Stay tuned for Upcoming Projects!
- Johnson Street - Woodside to Water: This project will reconstruction the asphalt roadway, replace sanitary and storm sewers, replace watermain, replace/add sidewalks, and replace/add curb and gutter. The design, designed by ROWE, is 80% complete. Construction is tentatively scheduled for March - October, 2020.
- Lafayette Bridge Replacement: MDOT will be replacing the Lafayette Bascule Bridge (bridge on the east side of the Middlegrounds) in 2020-2022. For preliminary information, click here. Final plans are being developed.