Old M-14 (Ann Arbor Road) Reconstruction - Livonia

Shield Old M-14

MDOT has prepared an Environmental Assessment (EA) and Section 4(f) Evaluation for the proposed reconstruction of Old M-14 (Ann Arbor Road) in the city of Livonia, Wayne County, from west of Newburgh Road to east of Market Street. The project also includes the addition of right-turn lanes on Newburgh Road, replacement of the Old M-14 bridge over the Middle Rouge River and the Hines Drive bridge over Old M-14, a new sidewalk along the west side of Old M-14 from Newburgh Road to Plymouth Road, and a paved pathway connecting the Old M-14 and Hines Drive sidewalk. 

PUBLIC HEARING
Old M-14 (Ann Arbor Road) Reconstruction
Thursday, Dec. 1, 2016
4 to 7 p.m. (formal presentation at 6 p.m.)
Livonia City Hall, 5th Floor Gallery,
33000 Civic Center Drive

Environmental Assessment and Programmatic 4(f) Evaluation  - December 2016

Environmental Assessment and Programmatic 4(f) Evaluation

Environmental Assessment and Programmatic 4(f) Evaluation Appendices

Public Hearing Legal Notice
 

Older Documents

Display Boards from Kickoff Public Meeting (5-15-14)

Old M-14 Feasibility Report

Your input is important as MDOT considers the impacts the improvements would have on the human and natural environments.

To comment on the study, please contact:

Bob Parsons
Public Involvement and Hearings Officer
Bureau of Development
Michigan Department of Transportation
P.O. Box 30050
Lansing, MI 48820
517-373-9534
parsonsb@michigan.gov