Robbins Road access plan on GH City Council agenda

City Council will have a chance to adopt the Robbins Road Access Management and Design Guideline plans during its meeting at 7:30 p.m. Monday at Grand Haven City Hall, 519 Washington Ave. The plan was initiated in August 2010 when the city and Grand Haven Township hired LSL Planning and Progressive Engineering to develop a comprehensive access management plan and design guideline study for the Robbins Road corridor between U.S. 31 and 168th Avenue.
Anonymous
Apr 16, 2011

Short- and long-term plans for the corridor include reconfiguring Robbins Road from four lanes to three lanes, adding bicycle lanes, and adding sidewalk access on the north and south sides of the street.

While the final goal of the access management project would be to reduce the number of access points along the corridor, city officials have said that these types of changes wouldn’t be made all at once. They would instead be implemented as improvements were made along the corridor.

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