Troy & Madison Heights & RCOC
The National Highway Prevention Program (NHPP) was established as part of the MAP-21 highway bill enacted in 2012. This program provides approximately $2,500,000 for projects on principal arterials in Oakland County, annually. Project locations will be developed jointly between the RCOC and the eight (8) communities that are eligible to receive these funds: Cities of Auburn Hills, Birmingham, Clawson, Farmington Hills, Madison Heights, Pontiac, Royal Oak and Troy. Project types are anticipated to be concrete slab replacement, overlay and/or safety projects.
Troy & RCOC
Tri-Party program funds are made available on an annual basis for projects on County roads within the city. Specific project locations are not noted as locations are determined annually dependent on road conditions. The City is responsible for 1/3 of the program amount while the Board of Road Commissioners for the County of Oakland (RCOC) and the Oakland County Board of Commissioners is responsible for the remaining 2/3.
Troy & RCOC & MCRC & Rochester Hills & Sterling Heights & Shelby Township
This project will reconstruct and widen Dequindre Road, from Long Lake Road to Auburn Road from an existing 2-lane road to a new 5-lane concrete pavement. Included in the project are new traffic signals, concrete sidewalks and underground utilities where required.
Federal funds for the design phase have been obligated and are available. Federal funds for the right-of-way phase and construction phases are approved for funding in FY 2014 and FY 2016, respectively. The local match for the design phase and subsequent right-of-way and construction phases will be split between the Cities of Troy, Rochester Hills, Sterling Heights and Shelby Township and the Road Commissions of Oakland County and Macomb County.
There were no barriers to implementation or current operation.
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