Are you tired of litter? The Washtenaw County Road Commission (WCRC) has announced the 2016 Adopt-A-County-Road Program. Get some friends, co-workers, civic club members, neighbors, business associates, church-goers, fraternity brothers, sorority sisters or any group together and help keep Washtenaw County’s roadsides clean!
On Thursday, January 14, the Washtenaw County Road Commission (WCRC) held an open house meeting at Lodi Township to share information about two upcoming projects:
- A compact rural roundabout at Ann Arbor-Saline and Textile Road
- Resurfacing Textile Road between Maple and Ann Arbor-Saline
The public meeting took a unique format. Instead of a presentation, attendees moved through four stations where they learned more about the projects, how to travel roundabouts, and asked questions of the projects’ engineers and roundabout experts.
One month after Governor Snyder signed the long overdue road funding package to restore the State’s transportation infrastructure, House Bill 5016 jeopardizes road projects by threatening to increase the price tag associated with making road improvements, potentially costing Washtenaw County residents hundreds of thousands of dollars a year.
During storms and high winds, the Washtenaw County Road Commission (WCRC) receives many phone calls about loss of power at signalized intersections. Residents often ask how WCRC responds to “dark signals” and how to drive safely through intersections where a traffic light has lost power.
What are WCRC’s next steps after a signal loses power?