A meeting will be held later this month to discuss the next stage of the US-23 Flex Route project.
The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) is inviting the public to attend a meeting on the proposed building and maintenance of traffic for phase 2 of the US-23 Flex Route project. MDOT representatives will be available for questions and answers.
MDOT says the meeting is open to interested residents, commuters, community stakeholders and local businesses.
It will be held from 5 – 8 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 30, at the Green Oak Township Hall, 1001 Silver Lake Road, Brighton, MI, 48116.
The existing US-23 Flex Lane between Warren Road and M-36 (9 Mile Road) is a median shoulder lane that is activated during peak travel times to reduce congestion along the freeway.
Through phase 2, MDOT will extend the US-23 Flex Lane north to tie into the I-96 interchange. The northbound US-23 Flex Lane will end just north of the Lee Road off ramp and south of the Lee Road bridge. The Flex Lane will then transition into an exit-only lane to westbound I-96.
More information is available on the MDOT website.