M-21 Corridor Study in Flint

The M-21 Corridor Study is a comprehensive approach to achieving community vision through integrating land-use and transportation planning in Flint. This study provides an opportunity to explore options and alternatives, and provide public input. The study will identify and evaluate short, medium, and long-term transportation system needs to enhance mobility for all modes.
 
Public Involvement


On May 11, 2021, MDOT hosted a virtual public meeting to present traffic analysis and conceptual design alternatives to help create a dialogue between MDOT and the community. 

View the public meeting presentation, take the survey, and submit your feedback to help create dialogue regarding this study.

Public Meeting Presentation - May 11
Public Comment Form
M-21 Corridor Survey
M-21 Coridor Study Report PDF icon

Additional Information


M-21 Corridor Study: Re-imagine your community 


 

Contact Us:


For questions or comments related to the M-21 Corridor study, contact:

Jay Reithel, Planner
MDOT Bay Region
ReithelJ@Michigan.gov