MDOT discussing possible changes to I-75 and I-69 interchange area

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FLINT TOWNSHIP (WJRT) (6/22/2018) - The Michigan Department of Transportation is formulating plans for changes to the I-75 corridor in Flint and Mundy townships.

The changes could include improvements to the interchange with I-69.

Two public open houses are planned on Wednesday to discuss study results on the freeway from Court Street in Flint Township south to the U.S. 23 split in Mundy Township.

MDOT is considering a variety of improvement projects to upgrade aging infrastructure, increase safety and plan for future needs of the freeway configuration.

MDOT will be available from 3 to 7 p.m. to collect comments and feedback from interested attendees, with formal presentations planned at 3 and 5:30 p.m.

The open house will take place at the Flint Township Police Department, which is located at 5200 Norko Drive. The public is welcome.

Information discussed will include what studies already have taken place, findings MDOT has uncovered, what future studies are planned and the timeline for project planning or design.