LANSING, Mich.—The Michigan Department of Transportation’s Transportation Economic Development Fund has awarded the city of Ludington a $375,000 Category F grant, state Sen. Darwin Booher announced on Tuesday.
The grant is for a road project to improve Sixth Street between the streets of Washington and Sherman in the city.
“I am happy for the residents of Ludington that their city was chosen to receive this important grant,” said Booher, R-Evart. “This money will go a long way in helping the city complete this important road project.”
Category F grants are competitive grants made to eligible road agencies in order to preserve and/or expand all-season road networks within the urban areas of rural counties.