Alternative Designs for I-375 Freeway

The I-375 freeway is one of the primary access points to Downtown Detroit, key entertainment venues, and historic neighborhoods and East Riverfront.  The DDA, Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) and Detroit Riverfront Conservancy (DRFC) have collaborated to study design alternatives which might better suit current and expected development in the area.
There are now SIX alternative designs for reimagining I-375 for the primary study area, which extends along I-375 from Gratiot Avenue to Atwater Street.  
There are also two designs created for the secondary study area that includes the I-75/I-375 interchange, portions of Gratiot Avenue and the Gratiot Connector, and Jefferson Avenue between Washington Boulevard and Joseph Campau
The new designs are based on community input along with technical data from the study.  
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