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M-43 Improvements Project - Ingham County

Start: April 2022     End: June 2023

What Is Being Done
The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) is investing approximately $14.7 million to perform resurfacing and drainage improvements on M-43. Work will include joint and crack repairs, intermittent curb and gutter replacement, spot drainage repairs, sidewalk ramp upgrades compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), pedestrian island installation, pavement marking upgrades, and traffic signal improvements. As part of this project, MDOT is partnering with Meridian Township and the Ingham County Drain Commission to relocate 200 feet of a 16-inch watermain and will be upgrading the Okemos and Grettenberger drains.

How Traffic Will Be Affected
Road work is to be completed with one lane open in each direction on M-43. Business access will be maintained throughout the project.

Safety Benefit
This project will reduce the frequency and impact of area flooding. The ADA-compliant sidewalks will be more accessible for all users.

Additional Information
Work is anticipated to begin in March 2022 for tree clearing activities, transitioning to road work beginning in April. The project is anticipated to be completed by June 2023.

This project is being completed in coordination with Meridian Township, Ingham County Road Department and Ingham County Drain Commission to minimize impacts on local traffic.

M-43 Project Information
M-43 Stakeholder Presentation

Contact
Lansing Transportation Service Center
517-335-3754
@MDOT_LanJax
www.Michigan.gov/Drive