I-475 Rebuilding Michigan Project and Corridor Study

I-475 Rebuilding in Genesee County Project Profile


The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) will invest $300 million to rebuild the I-475 corridor from Bristol Road to Carpenter Road, with work potentially beginning by fall 2023. MDOT is currently gathering public input regarding all aspects of vehicular, nonmotorized, and transit transportation needs in the project area. Quarterly meetings will be held to continue discussing needs and design aspects regarding several phases of the project. These projects are made possible through funding provided by Gov. Gretchen Whitmer's Rebuilding Michigan program.

The I-475 corridor improvements will include a Planning and Environmental Linkages (PEL) study. The PEL study is a collaborative process that considers environmental, community, and economic goals in the transportation planning process. To receive project updates and information regarding the I-475 PEL from MDOT please use the link below:

I-475 Project Contact List

Public Involvement


On Sept. 15, 2021, MDOT hosted a public meeting at the Flint Farmers' Market to share updates regarding the Planning and Environmental Linkages (PEL) Study process and the next steps. Following brief presentations, attendees were offered time to ask questions and share concerns. Linked below are display boards that were presented during the meeting. 

I-475 PEL Study Information PDF icon
I-475 PEL Study Online Comment Form
I-475 PEL Study Frequently Asked Questions PDF icon
Public Meeting Presentation - May 2021 PDF icon
Public Meeting Presentation - Sept. 2021 PDF icon

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I-475 Flint PEL First Meeting Outreach video

For questions or comments related to the I-475 Corridor study, contact:

Carissa McQuiston, Cost & Scheduling Engineer
Davison TSC, Bay Region
McQuistonC@Michigan.gov

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