Michigan-Fuller construction project starts Saturday

Construction at the intersection of Michigan Avenue and Fuller Street NE in Grand Rapids. (April 11, 2015)


GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) – The City of Grand Rapids will shut down the  Fuller Avenue and Michigan Street intersection for a complete concrete overhaul for up to two weeks.

The city says the construction project will start around 4 p.m. on Saturday, April 11. The project will replace concrete that is in poor condition and can’t be partial repaired or patched.

A map of detours for the Fuller Avenue and Michigan Street construction project.
A map of detours during the Fuller Avenue and Michigan Street construction project.

 

During construction, southbound Fuller Avenue traffic exiting from I-196 should either take the College Avenue or East Beltline Avenue exits.

The detour for Michigan Avenue will be directed to take Leonard Street, while the Fuller Avenue detour will be routed to Diamond Avenue, the release said.

Two Rapid bus routes will also be impacted by the construction project. Route 13 will be routed onto Race Street and Diamond Avenue. Route 19 will detour onto Crescent Street and Diamond Avenue.

A map of alternative Rapid bus routes during the Michigan Street and Fuller Avenue construction project.
A map of alternative Rapid bus routes during the Michigan Street and Fuller Avenue construction project.

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