Chelsea, Manchester ink traffic light contracts with the Road Commission
Chelsea and the Michigan Department of Transportation inked agreements with the Washtenaw County Road Commission to operate traffic lights in two intersections in the city.
Included in the maintenance agreements are the light at M-52 and Middle Street, at a cost of $1,152, which will be split equally between the state and the city.
The second light in the agreement is located at the corner of M-52, South and Park streets with an estimated annual cost of $1,008 that will be split 50-50 between the state and city.
In addition, the Road Commission inked a contract to remove the school flashing light at M-52 and Wolverine Street in the Village of Manchester at a cost of $1,644 that will be paid by Federal Highway Administration funds.
Lisa Allmendinger is a regional reporter for AnnArbor.com. She can be reached at email@example.com.