Macomb County Selects Road Projects For Federal Funding

Mt. Clemens, MI - The Macomb County Federal Aid Committee (FAC) voted to approve road projects for federal funding consideration as part of the 2023-2026 Transportation Improvement Plan (TIP), which is administered through the Southeast Michigan Council of Governments (SEMCOG).

The TIP package will now head to SEMCOG for formal approval by the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) and Federal Highway Administration (FHWA).

“These are community driven projects that were prioritized by local municipalities,” said Macomb County Executive Mark A. Hackel. “Utilizing available federal funds allows Macomb County to maximize improvements in our infrastructure while allocating County resources where they are needed most.”

The approved TIP includes more than $85 million reconstruction, rehabilitation and infrastructure improvements scheduled between 2023 and 2026. Federal aid eligible projects are selected every three years by the Macomb County FAC, which includes representatives from SEMCOG, MDOT, MCDR and every city, village and township within Macomb County.

With approval anticipated from MDOT and FHWA, the following projects were submitted for federal funding consideration:

Project Name Location Community
9 Mile Road Tuscany Avenue east to Kelly Road Eastpointe
10 Mile Road Lorraine Avenue west to Sherwood Avenue Center Line
11 Mile Road I-94 to Little Mack Avenue St. Clair Shores
13 Mile Road Gratiot Avenue to eastern city limit of Roseville Roseville
14 Mile Road Van Dyke Avenue east to Hoover Road intersection Sterling Heights
14 Mile Road Kelly Road to Gratiot Avenue Clinton Township
15 Mile Road Mound Road to Van Dyke Avenue Sterling Heights
15 Mile Road Van Dyke Avenue to Mustang Drive Sterling Heights
17 Mile Road Mound Road to Van Dyke (M-53) Sterling Heights
23 Mile Road Gratiot Avenue to Railroad Crossing Chesterfield Township
9 Mile Road Gratiot Avenue to Tuscany Road in Eastpointe Eastpointe
Capac Road Irwin Road to Pratt Road Armada Township
Frazho Road Hayes Road east to Gratiot Avenue Roseville
Frazho Road Hoover Road to Schoenherr Road Warren
Garfield Road 14 Mile Road north to 15 Mile Road Fraser
Greater Mack Avenue 12 Mile Road to 13 Mile Road St. Clair Shores
Hayes Avenue Stephens Drive to 10 Mile Road Eastpointe
Hubbard Avenue Groesbeck Highway to Railroad Crossing Mount Clemens
Hubbard Avenue Railroad Crossing to North Avenue Mount Clemens
Jefferson Avenue South River Road to Metropolitan Parkway Harrison Township
Jefferson Avenue Jefferson Avenue east end of bridge over I-94 Harrison Township and St. Clair Shores
Kelly Road 15 Mile Road to 14 Mile Road Clinton Township and Fraser
Klein Road Utica Road to Garfield Road Fraser
Klein Road Garfield Road north to 15 Mile Road Fraser
Little Mack Avenue Gratiot Avenue to Masonic Boulevard Roseville
Masonic Boulevard I-94 east to Harper Avenue St. Clair Shores
North River Road Mount Clemens boundary to Bridgeview Street Harrison Township
Powell Road 32 Mile Road Intersection to 33 Mile Road Intersection Armada Township, Bruce Township, Ray Township, Romeo, and Washington Township
Romeo Plank Road 21½ Mile Road to 23 Mile Road Macomb Township
Ryan Road 16 Mile Road north to 17 Mile Road Sterling Heights
Ryan Road 17 Mile Road north to 18 Mile Road Sterling Heights
Ryan Road 10 Mile Road north to 11 Mile Road Warren
Schoenherr Road 23 Mile Road to 25 Mile Road Shelby Township
Stephens Road I-94 east to Little Mack Avenue St. Clair Shores
Stephens Road Van Dyke Avenue to Hoover Road Warren
Sugarbush Road Callens Road to Jefferson Avenue Chesterfield Township
Utica Road Hayes Road to Metropolitan Parkway Clinton Township
Welts Street Welts Street between southbound Gratiot Avenue and northbound Gratiot Avenue Mount Clemens

“We are committed to improving Macomb County's roads, bridges, and transportation network through a sustainable mix of reconstruction, rehabilitation, and infrastructure improvements,” said MCDR Director Bryan Santo. “From reconstructing important corridors to enhancing the safety and efficiency of our roadways, these projects are critical to the infrastructure needs of our region.

For additional information regarding the 2023-2026 TIP, visit For a complete list of Macomb County construction projects, maps, and information, visit

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