Mt. Clemens, MI - The Macomb County Department of Roads (MCDR) is preparing for reconstruction, rehabilitation and infrastructure improvements scheduled for 2023 by sending projects for funding consideration to the Macomb County Board of Commissioners for formal approval at the full board meeting on January 26.
“With strategic planning and coordination between the Department of Roads and our local communities, Macomb County continues to invest in critical infrastructure needs,” said Macomb County Executive Mark A. Hackel. “There isn’t a road or bridge we can’t fix if we have adequate funding and support from our local lawmakers.”
The Department of Roads has more than $74 million in road, bridge and traffic improvements planned throughout Macomb County this year. With approval anticipated from the Board of Commissioners, MCDR is sending the following projects for funding consideration:
|Kelly Road||14 Mile Road and 15 Mile Road||Reconstruction||Clinton Township and Fraser|
|25 Mile Road||Apple Lane and Hearthside Drive||Construction of pedestrian bridge||Shelby Township|
|Metropolitan Parkway||Mound Road and Van Dyke Avenue||Preliminary engineering for reconstruction||Sterling Heights|
|Mound Road||8 Mile Road and I-696||Preliminary engineering for reconstruction||Warren|
|Mid-Block Pedestrian Crossings||Multiple locations||Construction of mid-block pedestrian crossings||Shelby Township|
|Shared Use Pathway||25 Mile Road||\Construction of shared use pathway||Macomb Township|
“We work closely with our municipal partners to identify infrastructure priorities and opportunities to strengthen our transportation system together,” said MCDR Director Bryan Santo. “As part of our continuing effort to improve our road and bridge network, there will be significant work taking place throughout Macomb County in 2023.”
For a complete list of Macomb County construction projects, maps, and information, visit roads.macombgov.org.