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The Ingham County Road Department, ICRD, is planning a milling and resurfacing project in 2023 on Lake Lansing Road from Abbot Road to west of Hagadorn Road (Hart Street) on the border between Meridian Township and the City of East Lansing, Ingham County.
Currently this section of Lake Lansing Road is 4 lanes, 2 in each direction. ICRD proposes converting the 4 lanes to 3 lanes with a center left turn lane, one through lane in each direction, and paved non-motorized lanes on each side. The 3-lane configuration typically exhibits significantly fewer left turn crashes compared to the current 4-lane configuration without significant loss to through traffic capacity, based on experience with similar road conversions.
The proposed project also includes the reconfiguration of the intersection between Lake Lansing Road, Towar Avenue, and Birch Row Drive. This proposed reconfiguration includes a signalized intersection along Lake Lansing Road with push-button actuated, ADA compliant, pedestrian crosswalks which will facilitate safe and efficient pedestrian crossings of Lake Lansing Road. The proposed reconfiguration will enhance connectivity to the Northern Tier Trail in the City of East Lansing and the Meridian Township pathway system.
It is anticipated that a temporary grading permit of approximately 0.5 acres along the Lake Lansing Road frontage, and a drainage easement for the installation of post-construction stormwater runoff measures such as rain gardens, will be required from Albert A. White Memorial Park for these improvements.
View the ICRD's Public Hearing notice (PDF) for additional details on how to provide feedback on this project during and after the public hearing on Oct. 4.
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