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M-15 Heritage Route trail work begins next week

Contact: Anita Richardson, MDOT Office of Communications,
Agency: Transportation




Monday, June 17, 2013

August 2013

Work begins early next week to construct the M-15 Heritage Route nonmotorized trail in Davison. The trail extends from M-15 east on Lapeer Road, down Russell Alger Drive, to the high school, then west to Clark Road, ending on Main Street. The trail opens to traffic in August 2013. Remaining work, which includes tree planting, watering and cultivating, is expected to be completed by September 2015. Funding is provided through a $484,000 federal Scenic Byways grant.

Intermittent shoulder closures on M-15, with local traffic on Lapeer and Clark roads and Russell Alger Drive maintained under flag control.

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