Project updates: 10 Mile Road and Belmont Avenue
The Kent County Road Commission begins a Crush and Shape on Belmont Avenue, just south of the Belmont Bypass. In addition, work at the intersection of 10 Mile Road and Belmont Avenue is now complete.
Belmont Avenue: South of Belmont Bypass to Pine Hill Drive
Project: Resurfacing – Crush & Shape
Traffic: Closed to through traffic; Detour Posted
Projected Schedule: May 23– June 1, 2018
About: Crush & Shape is a structural pavement treatment that grinds, or crushes, the existing asphalt and 1-2” of underlying gravel. The material is then regraded, compacted and covered with multiple layers of paver-placed hot asphalt.
This project is being funded by the supplemental appropriation passed by Michigan Legislature and signed by Governor Snyder in March 2018, which provides $3.3 million additional revenue to KCRC for 2018 construction season.
10 Mile Road and Belmont Avenue Intersection
Completed Work: Signal Removal and barrier installation
About: The existing traffic signal at 10 Mile Road and Belmont Avenue has been removed and a concrete median divider has been constructed.
- 10 Mile Road and Belmont Avenue is no longer signalized
- NO left-hand turns from 10 Mile onto Belmont Avenue or Belmont Avenue onto 10 Mile Road
- Those seeking to make a left-hand turn from 10 Mile Road onto Belmont or Belmont Avenue onto 10 Mile Road should now do so at the signalized Belmont Bypass (Meijer signal) and 10 Mile intersection.