More than $2.8M awarded to mobility projects in SE Michigan
DETROIT (AP) – The Southeast Michigan Council of Governments has awarded more than $2.8 million to four projects expected to improve mobility.
Projects receiving the funding are in Monroe County, Wixom, Rochester Hills and Shelby Township. SEMCOG says the funding comes from the Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP), or TAP.
The projects are transportation-related improvements to roadways, local streets, and corridors.
Most often, they address mobility options through new or enhanced bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure and include pathways, bike lanes, sidewalks and pedestrian crossings.