Access Management

Access management is a set of proven techniques to improve safety, reduce traffic congestion and assure safe access to properties adjacent to a roadway. CUPPAD assists the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) and communities with access management planning.

Access management can help:

      • Reduce the number of crashes and improve safety.
      • Reduce traffic congestion.
      • Preserve the flow of traffic.
      • Preserve the public investment in roads.
      • Enhance the value of private land development.
 
Access Management Plans by County

 

Delta County

An access management plan has been completed for the US-2/US-41/M-35 Corridor within the City of Escanaba and Wells Township. Access Management Team discusses and reviews issues along the Corridor; the team meets on as needed basis.

 

Dickinson County

The US-2/141/M-95 Access Management Team has been in place since 2004, and meets the 3rd Tuesday of the month at 1:30 pm CST in the Breitung Township Hall in Quinnessec.

 

Marquette County

The US-41/M-28 Access Management Team has been active since 2003, and meets the 2nd Tuesday of the month at 9:00 am EST at TBD locations along the corridor. The 2004 Plan has recently (2010) been updated through the collaborative efforts of the CUPPAD Regional Commission and the Marquette County Planning Department.

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Central Upper Peninsula Planning and Development Regional Commission