I-94 Operational Improvements Study

Start: November 2019    End: November 2020
 
What Is Being Done?
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The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) is studying alternatives to improving traffic operations and mobility between the section of I-94 between Ann Arbor-Saline Road and US-23 in Ann Arbor. MDOT is analyzing operational alternatives that will help improve travel time reliability and improve mobility along I-94 between Ann Arbor-Saline Road and US-23. This is a heavily used commuter and freight corridor of regional and national significance. I-94 in this area carries high directional volumes during peak periods, resulting in heavy congestion during morning and evening commuter rush hours as the roadway capacity has not kept pace with the growing traffic demand. 
 

Safety Benefit:


MDOT seeks to significantly reduce the frequency of crashes due to congestion impacts.

Additional Information

 

Public Meeting 1 (Nov. 2019)
I-94 Operations Study Statement of Purpose and Need 
I-94 Operations Study Glossary
Performance-Based Practical Design
 

Contact Us:


For questions or comments related to the I-94 Operational Improvements Study, contact:

Aaron Jenkins
MDOT University Region Communications Representative
JenkinsA10@michigan.gov