When the construction season starts this spring, plans are to move ahead with a center turn lane on M-104 in Spring Lake Township, from about Krueger Street to 148th Avenue.
A 10-year millage to maintain and replace motorized equipment in the city of Ferrysburg expires this year, so a request for a 10-year renewal will be on the May 4 ballot, City Council members agreed Monday night.
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer has included funds for the replacement of Smith’s Bridge in her proposed state budget, part of more than $300 million requested for 120 bridges in Michigan.
A University of Michigan study has found that Michigan, out of all the Great Lakes states, has some of the least support for ports and the maritime industry.
The Grand Haven Township Board on Monday delayed a decision to close Pierce Street’s access to U.S. 31 in favor of a cul-de-sac, west of the railroad tracks that run along the highway.
The intersection at Fifth Street and Washington Avenue, on the southern corner of Grand Haven’s Central Park, will soon become a four-way stop.
Lane closures for traffic signal work will be in effect for about two hours Tuesday morning on southbound U.S. 31 (Beacon Boulevard) at Columbus Avenue, just south of Fulton Avenue.
The intersection of Harbor Island Drive and U.S. 31, near Hall’s Sport Center, is currently being raised 3.5 feet by the Grand Haven Department of Public Works.
The general public has two more weeks to ask questions and comment on an upcoming $22.8 million maintenance project that involves five bridges in the U.S. 31 and M-104 triangle area intersecting Grand Haven, Spring Lake and Ferrysburg.
A virtual public meeting is planned for next week to take public input on a $22.8 million bridge project set for 2021-22 in the area of U.S. 31 and M-104, which connects Grand Haven, Spring Lake and Ferrysburg.
Lane closures for road work will be in effect between 6 p.m. Thursday and 4 a.m. Friday on the entire stretch of Grand Haven's Beacon Boulevard (U.S. 31).
CHICAGO (AP) — Workers on American and foreign freighters are following new protocols and precautionary measures in the Great Lakes region to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
Harbor Transit has taken added precautions in an effort to protect the health of its riders by announcing that limited service went into effect Monday and will remain in place until further notice.
In the coming months, members of the Harbor Transit Multi-Modal Transportation System Board will be faced with questions concerning the future of the local mass transportation organization.
While infrastructure reform has been a key issue for Gov. Gretchen Whitmer during her time in Lansing, it’s been difficult for her and the GOP-controlled Legislature to agree on how to generate the money needed for rebuilding Michigan’s crumbling roads and bridges.
LANSING — The Michigan Senate voted Tuesday to require that a study be done to assess the feasibility of tolls along the state’s highways, as lawmakers consider ways to boost spending on deteriorating infrastructure.
Two rounds of bids on the reconstruction of North Shore Drive came back significantly over budget, but the cities of Grand Haven and Ferrysburg are going ahead with respective projects that meet at their border.
NUNICA — There will be a single-lane closure for construction on eastbound I-96 between Apple Drive and 96th Avenue in Nunica from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesday, July 23.
NUNICA — There will be a single-lane closure for construction on eastbound I-96 between Apple Drive and 96th Avenue in Nunica on Friday night and again Saturday morning.
Most of the freighter traffic we receive in Grand Haven is done by vessels that have spent years coming in and out of the Grand River, dropping off cargoes to local docks. But there is a first for everything, and every ship that visits our port has had a first visit.
DETROIT — Two U.S. senators have introduced a bill that would electronically limit tractor-trailer speeds to 65 miles per hour, a move they say would save lives on the nation's highways.
COOPERSVILLE — Nightly lane closures for road work will be in effect Monday night through Wednesday night on eastbound and westbound I-96 between 48th and 16th avenues.