Marquette Hospital Transportation Improvements Project

Roundabout Map

Project Updates

On May 8, Stage 1 of the US 41 portion of this project was started. This Stage will construct temporary crossover lanes and lane widening to make way for Stage 2. This stage is projected to last for two weeks.

On May 1, Phase 1 of the local streets portion of this project was started. Reconstruction will include Spring Street west of Seventh Street and the Seventh Street intersection. This phase is projected to last until the end of May.

Bids were opened on March 24. The suggested low bidder, Bacco Construction Company, will be brought in front of the City Commission at their April 10th meeting for possible approval.

The April 12th pre-construction meeting with Bacco and utility companies is from 3:30 to 5:00 p.m. in Room 103 in City Hall.

A meet and greet with City and Bacco representatives in the City Commission chambers will take place afterwards from 5:00 to 6:30.p.m.

Construction Plans

Construction Plans (File sizes exceed 30mb): Link 1, Link 2 Phasing

Staging

Project Contacts

Public Service Announcements

41 Corridor Work: Stage 2 Of Marquette Hospital Transportation Improvements Project To Begin May 30

Seventh Street to Close During Spring Street Project

Traffic Updates

On May 8, US 41 corridor from Front Street to McClellan Avenue will experience lane shifts. Traffic will be shifted to one lane for east and west bound traffic.

On May 1, Seventh Street will be closed to through traffic from Baraga Avenue to Washington Street. The detour route to Washington Street is by Seventh Street, Baraga Avenue and Fifth Street.

Weekly Construction Meeting Minutes

5-11-17 Meeting Minutes 5-4-17 Meeting Minutes

Transportation

Environmental Assessment

US EPA Comments

Open House Public Hearing

Hospital Transportation Planning Meeting

Proposed Road Improvement Alternatives

Four Proposed Alternatives

Study Area Map

Property Owner Public Meeting Notices

3/15/16 Planning Commission Review

Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) About Roundabouts (YouTube video)

Roundabouts with High Speed Approaches

 

Public Comments

Donald and Kathleen Grisham

Patricia Gribben

Gary Miller

Manuel Vigil

Jim Fulsher / Second Submission

Marvin DeMilio

Terry Katajamaki

Chocolay Township Response to Environmental Study

Northern Michigan University Response to Environmental Study

Department of Environmental Study Permitting Needs

United States Environmental Protection Agency

 

City Manager
300 W. Baraga Ave.
Marquette, MI 49855
Ph. 906-228-0435
Fax 906-228-0429
manager@mqtcty.org
City Manager:
Mike Angeli
 

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