Michigan won a $105 million competitive federal grant to fund the I-375 modernization project in Detroit. The project will replace the outdated I-375 freeway with an accessible boulevard, spurring economic development and linking adjacent areas of Detroit. Getting this done will create good-paying jobs and support local small businesses, reconnecting prominent Black communities split apart by highway construction nearly 60 years ago. Earlier this year, Governor Whitmer announced that the project was cleared to move forward after the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) concluded their environmental review process with extensive community input. The Plan includes three phases: (1) transition and Grow our Mobility Industry and Workforce; (2) Provide Safer, Greener and More Accessible Transportation Infrastructure; and (3) Lead the World in Mobility and Electrification Policy and Innovation.