Construction Planning and Progress Meeting
105 South Kedzie Hall
June 10, 2010
Construction Junctions are the Physical Plant’s monthly public meeting designed to update/inform the public of various projects currently in design, nearing construction and under construction. Agenda items included:
Q: I noticed this morning that the traffic signal at the intersection of Harrison and Kalamazoo had the right turn arrow blinking red while the green light was on. Is there something wrong with it?
A: When the light turns green, the left turn arrow also goes on. Everyone turns out of the same single lane. We have traffic engineers working on it this morning.
Q: How long will pedestrians be able to cross Harrison at Wilson?
A: During this summer’s construction, pedestrians shouldn’t experience problems crossing Harrison at Wilson. Next summer there will be no traffic and able-bodied pedestrians should be able to cross. However, handicapped pedestrians may have to cross at Trowbridge in 2011 because there will be work on the street curbs.
March 4, 2013— Infrastructure Planning and Facilities is the new unit under the governance of Ron Flinn, recently appointed Vice President for Strategic Infrastructure Planning and Facilities. In upcoming months, this website will change to reflect the name and structure of the new unit. For more information on the reorganization, visit ipf.msu.edu/neworganization.