The Gordie Howe International Bridge team announced today that following several months of consultation with the community, an aesthetic design has been selected for the five pedestrian bridges to be constructed as part of the Michigan Interchange work being completed for the Gordie Howe International Bridge project.The pedestrian bridge design is both functional and visually-pleasing. The design features a curved steel arch and will be constructed of pre-cast concrete. The bridges will include lighting features and will be compliant with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) standards.The pedestrian bridges will be located over Interstate 75 (I-75) in Detroit at Solvay Street, Beard Street, Waterman Street, Junction Street and Lansing Street. Bridging North America will undertake construction of these pedestrian bridges between 2020 and 2024.The Gordie Howe International Bridge project is expected to be in service by the end of 2024.
When they were in college, Matt Morawski and Sarah Mayberry Morawski were beneficialies of Michigan Education Trust contract that paid for their tuition.
Today, they’re still benefiting from MET, the 529 prepaid college tuition program administered by the Michigan Department of Treasury. The Canton couple won the grand prize of $1,529 worth of prepaid tuition in Thursday’s MET 529 Awareness Week Sweepstakes drawing, which drew nearly 1,000 entries statewide.
It’s money that Matt says is much appreciated as they continue to build college savings for their three children: Addy, 7, William, 5, and Jack, 1.More