NUNICA, MI (WHTC) - State transportation officials say that work on the new M-231 bypass east of Grand Haven has gone according to schedule thus far, with the planned 2016 opening of the bridge across the Grand River between Lake Michigan Drive and Nunica still on target. Work last year stemmed on reconstructing the Cleveland Street junction with I-96 that will be the northern edge of the highway. This year, most of the work will deal with building the 37 hundred foot-long, 47 foot-high span, which will be the sixth longest public bridge in Michigan.
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