DETROIT, MI – Downtown’s Gratiot/Macomb/Randolph/Broadway intersection could gain a more pedestrian-friendly status under a new pilot program proposal announced on Monday by the City of Detroit, MDOT, and the Downtown Detroit Partnership. Curbed Detroit reports that the project would reroute street traffic at the notorious intersection and transform a portion of the northbound roads on Randolph Street into a 13,000-square-foot pedestrian plaza with space for “food trucks, sidewalk seating and other activities.” If approved, the plan would take effect in Spring 2017.

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