UPDATE (5/24/2022 – 4:49 P.M.) — Lieutenant Governor Garlin Gilchrist paid a visit to see the progress made on the I-69 Rebuilding Michigan project.
The I-69 revitalization project is aiming to invest $73 million to rebuild parts of I-69 in Clinton County, from I-96, going all the way to Airport Rd.
Reconstruction on the interchanges at Francis and Airport roads and performing preventative maintenance on 13 bridges are also parts of the investment.
Around 927 jobs were created for the project.
LANSING, Mich. (WLNS)– Lt. Governor Garlin Gilchrist II is set to visit a Rebuilding Michigan project in Lansing on Tuesday.
The Rebuilding Michigan plan is a five-year, $3.5 billion investment in our highways and bridges.
The Lt. Governor will be joined by state and local leaders including State Senator Curtis Hertel, State Representative Graham Filler, Lansing Mayor Andy Schor and Labor Leaders.