US-31/M-37 (Division Street) Public Work Session on Oct. 28 to Discuss Future Improvements

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Michigan Department of Transportation logoThe public is invited to participate in the first public work session and open house to determine future improvements to US-31/M-37 (Division Street) in Traverse City. The event will take place on Tuesday, October 28 from 4pm-7pm at the Traverse City Governmental Center in the Second Floor Training Room.

The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) will be using the Planning and Environmental Linkages (PEL) process to determine future improvements for 1.2 miles of Division Street, between 14th Street/Silver Lake Road and Grandview Parkway, in Traverse City. The PEL process is a planning tool used to streamline the project development process. It is an approach to transportation decision-making that helps the community consider environmental, historical, cultural, and feasibility issues early in the transportation planning process. The Division Street PEL process is being funded by the Michigan Roads and Risks Reserve Fund.

For more information, contact James Lake, MDOT Office of Communications, 989.732.3832, ext. 343.

 

 

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