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MDOT to hold open house May 9 for M-33/M-72 improvements in Mio

Contact: Bob Felt, MDOT Office of Communications,
Agency: Transportation

WHAT: Meeting to discuss proposed changes to pavement markings on M-33/M-72 in Mio, Oscoda County.

WHO: Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) representatives
General public

WHEN: Wednesday, May 9, 2012
5 - 7 p.m.

WHERE: Mio Community Center
305 E. 9th St.

Special accommodations: 989-356-2231

MDOT is proposing to create a center left-turn lane from 9th Street to 4th Street in Mio by changing the existing pavement markings. MDOT expects the changes to improve traffic flow by reducing rear-end and left-turn crashes by approximately 50 percent along this segment.

Residents and business owners will have to opportunity to talk one-on-one with MDOT officials about the proposed changes.

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