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Pine Street to be Resurfaced

May 15, 2018

(LANSING) – The City of Lansing Public Service Department announces that Pine Street
surface reconstruction will begin on Monday, May 14th. The project is expected to be completed
by May 25th
.

“Pine Street is desperately in need of repair. It is a main artery through our downtown, and is in
poor shape. While we have very limited road dollars, I am excited that we are able to get this
street fixed now that the necessary utility work has been done,” said Mayor Andy Schor.
To allow for resurfacing, Pine Street will be closed between Shiawassee and Ottawa Street.
Motorists should plan to use either Capital Avenue or Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard. The
intersection of Pine and Ionia Street will be closed for the duration of the project. In addition,
Pine street will be closed between Allegan and St. Joseph Street. The intersection of Pine and
Kalamazoo will also be closed for the duration of the project.
“Pine Street has been on our street repair list for several years and we are thrilled that an increase
in road funding from the state and partnering on utility work enabled us to complete this work,”
said Public Service Director Andy Kilpatrick.
If you are interested in learning more about our roads and their funding, please join Mayor Andy
Schor and Public Service Director Andy Kilpatrick at the final Neighborhood Road Map Tour of
the year on June 7th at Foster Community Center at 6:00PM. Attendees will have an opportunity
to provide input regarding how they would like their road dollars to be spent in the future.

 

 

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