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MDOT is hosting a public meeting about the project at 4 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 15, in Summit on the Park, which is at 46000 Summit Parkway in Canton. The meeting is expected to last about two hours.
The project, which is slated to begin in early 2020 and end in the fall, will be a $50 million investment by the state to improve the bridges and roads between Ford Road and Six Mile Road.
"(The) road portion mainly consists of milling and resurfacing with hot mix asphalt with shoulder widening," said Diane Cross with MDOT's Office of Communications in an email. "Bridge (work) mainly consist of deck patching and overlays."
As the project continues, two northbound lanes and two southbound lanes will remain open at all times. But, the work will include ramp closures.
Attendees to the Oct. 15 meeting will hear from MDOT staff, the design team and project consultants. Residents and stakeholders will hear about and see the type of work that will happen, traffic details and the project's location.
The meeting will also have time for residents, business owners, and city officials' questions.