US-31 Reconstruction, Holland

Start: March 2016      End: November 2016
Investment: $23.6 million
What Is Being Done?

The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) will reconstruct US-31 in the city of Holland and Holland Township from 8th Street to Quincy Street.

This project will include:

  • Additional through-lanes in each direction from Lakewood Boulevard to Quincy Street; and

  • Bridge repair work at US-31 and Lakewood Boulevard, the CSX Railroad, Macatawa River and I-196 Business Route (Chicago Drive).

How Will Traffic Be Affected?

Stage 1 - March to early May: Traffic signal upgrades on northbound US-31 at 8th, James, Felch, Riley and Quincy streets. All lanes will be open during the Tulip Festival.

Stage 2 - Mid-May to mid-August: Southbound traffic will be crossed over to northbound US-31.

Stage 3: Mid-August to mid-November: Northbound traffic will be crossed over to southbound US-31.

Additional Information:

In spring 2017, there will be additional restoration work, including slope and grade improvements, bridge painting, and seed planting.

US-31 Project Flyer PDF icon
US-31 Construction Stages 1, 2 and 3 PDF icon
US-31 Detour Maps PDF icon

Contact Us:

Muskegon Service Group, 231-777-3451
Grand Region Office, 616-451-3091
John Richard, Grand Region Communications, 616-262-1565
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