M-231 near Nunica, Ottawa Co.


M-231 project openThe Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT), in partnership with Ottawa County and the townships of Robinson and Crockery, is pleased to open the new M-231 route. The road officially opened to traffic at approximately 4 p.m. Friday, October 30. M-231 is 7 miles long and connects M-45 (Lake Michigan Drive) in Robinson Township to M-104/I-96 in Crockery Township. The two-lane route provides a much-needed additional crossing of the Grand River and will alleviate congestion in Ottawa County, consistently one of the fastest growing counties in Michigan.

"Life-saving minutes, commute times and congestion relief are just a few of the benefits this new road will provide," said State Rep. Amanda Price. "This is a great collaboration on the federal, state and local levels, and we are very pleased to open this new road to the state of Michigan."

To learn more about the M-231 project, including the need for this vital roadway and the expected impact it will have on the area, watch this video: https://youtu.be/AfUgqHXZm88.

M-231 map

Additional Information:

US-31 Bypass Public Meeting Presentation pdf

News Releases:
Delivering value: M-231 bridge and Plainfield Avenue projects recognized nationally
Work progress on the new M-231 route in Ottawa County

Photo Galleries on Facebook:
Community Walk and ride on M-231
Sgt. Henry E. Plant Pathway Dedication Ceremony

Contact Us:

MuskegonTransportation Service Center, 231-777-3451
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