Key components include rehabilitation of bridges; reconstruction of the roadway and ramps along the corridor; utility relocation; and upgrades to geometrics, signage, guardrail, median barriers, carpool lots, noise walls, lighting, intelligent transportation systems, and pavement markings.
Our firm is serving as an extension of Michigan Department of Transportation staff, providing support for technical and project management activities vital to the program’s success. Services include project management, planning and environment, traffic and intelligent transportation systems, engineering and construction, financing and procurement for alternative delivery, stakeholder engagement and public information. The modernization program, which includes Michigan’s first high-occupancy vehicle lane, significantly
improves safety and mobility along the corridor.