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Michigan Officials Continue to Gather Information, Plan for I-375 Revamp

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The I-375 renovation promises to turn an interchange into a boulevard and incorporate community feedback.

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In 2013, conversations around the city of Detroit and state began to discuss the removal of Interstate 375 and new ways to improve the area.

Rob Morosi is a spokesperson for Michigan Department of Transportation. He spoke with WDET’s Tia Graham about the removal of the 375 and how the area could better serve residents.

It’s gonna take an extensive study process,” Morosi says. “It’s not something that can be done on a whim, to change an interstate freeway system into a boulevard, so it’s a very complex issue.”

Click on the player above to hear updates on the planned I-375 update and how community feedback is being incorporated into the planning.

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Tia Graham, Reporter / Anchor

Tia Graham is a Reporter/Anchor for 101.9 WDET Detroit’s NPR station. Keeping busy, Tia loves to workout whenever she gets the chance.


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