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Project updates: 10 Mile Road and Belmont Avenue

Project updates: 10 Mile Road and Belmont Avenue

May 23, 2018

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.

PROJECT #1
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.

Belmont Avenue detour for through traffic
Belmont Avenue detour for through traffic

PROJECT #2

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.

10 Mile Road and Belmont Avenue, Belmont Bypass Intersections
10 Mile Road and Belmont Avenue, Belmont Bypass Intersections

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