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I-94/M-40 Interchange Reconstruction Study
Start: October 2019 End: July 2026
What Is Being Done?
The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) is planning to replace the M-40 bridge over I-94 in Van Buren County in 2025. A transportation study that was started in October 2019 examined bridges, culverts, and storm sewer in preparation of determining road and bridge improvements for 3 miles of I-94 and 3 miles of M-40. Interchange alternatives were developed and prioritized in consideration of public input, traffic and safety modeling, environmental impacts, and estimated cost. The final report has been posted.
I-94/M-40 Final Report
Community Conversation October 2020
Final Purpose and Need October 2020
I-94/M-40 Interchange Reconstruction Study Flyer July 2020
Local Advisory Committee Meeting 1 Presentation March 2020
I-94/M-40 Interchange Community Conversation Video July 2020
Alternative Options for M-40 and I-94 Interchange July 2020
For questions or comments related to the I-94/M-40 interchange reconstruction study, contact:
Kyle Rudlaff, P.E.
MDOT Project Manager