Lane closures for bridge work will be in place Wednesday, June 19 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on northbound U.S. 31 over the Grand River.
About 6,000 vehicles a day will have to find another way to get around the west side of Spring Lake, when Smith’s Bridge is closed indefinitely in the very near future
Shortly after midnight Saturday, Lower Lakes Towing’s self-unloading motor vessel Michipicoten arrived in port with a load of trap rock for the Verplank dock in Ferrysburg.
The Michigan Department of Transportation says motorists can expect the lane closures between 8 p.m. and 5 a.m. each night/morning.
Road signs for the nonexistent town on U.S. 31 will be removed by MDOT, erasing the last remaining markers for the former site of business, leisure and paranormal hauntings.
Road work will result in lane closures on both eastbound and westbound I-96 near Coopersville and Marne beginning Friday night.
Eastbound I-96 will be closed at Leonard Street in Grand Rapids beginning Monday, June 10, through late October.
In total, Grand Haven’s infrastructure is valued at $560 million, and the replacement schedule for everything from roads to sewers to storm drains is expected to take more than 100 years.
Grand Haven saw the arrivals of two vessels last week, one a frequent freighter and the other a rare visitor.
The Grand Haven Board of Light & Power will be removing and replacing power poles along a portion of Jackson Street in Grand Haven, June 5-6.
Three vessels made their first visits to the port of Grand Haven this week, one of which visited for the first time under a new name.
The Grand Haven Department of Public Works has covered a lot of ground this week to fix damaged and flooded roadways on Harbor Island.
The Victory I cruise ship tied up in Muskegon at around 7 a.m. Thursday. The 300-foot ship departed early Thursday evening.
MDOT officials share behind-the-scenes details of U.S. 31 drawbridge over Grand River.
For the Ships Log this week, we have a guest columnist, my friend Jack Hurt, an aspiring journalist who has a passion for Great Lakes freighters.