Jackson County, Michigan to take on more than $29 million in highway projects this summer

|  May 08, 2014 |

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Jackson County, Michigan is set to begin $29 million in highway projects in the coming months, MLive reports.

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Federal, state, city and county funds are paying for the project, the report notes.

Major highway projects in the county include:

  • A $1.4 million joint repair project on Interstate 94,

  • A $20 million reconstruction project on U.S. 127,

  • A $1.5 million paving project on Horton Road and Weatherwax Drive,

  • A $1 million project on Jefferson Road, and

  • $1.6 million in repaving, resurfacing and reconstruction projects in the city of Jackson

Some projects have already begun, and most are expected to be completed by the end of November.

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