Changes have been made to plans for the Midtown, I-94 and other construction based on community feedback.

Construction in the City of Detroit is being used as a way to bridge two communities together by adding bike lanes as well as wider and walkable paths for pedestrians.

Rob Morosi is a spokesperson for the Michigan Department of Transportation. He says changes have been made to plans for the Midtown, I-94 and other construction based on community feedback. 

“We had numerous community meetings on I-94, environmental assessments and we launched a supplemental study back in 2017, so that was one of the things we heard from the biking community, that we like to see additional features put into overpasses,” Morosi says. 

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  • Tia Graham is a reporter and Weekend Edition Host for 101.9 WDET. She graduated from Michigan State University where is had the unique privilege of covering former President Barack Obama and his trip to Lansing in 2014.