News and Updates

The Capitol Corridor: Summary Report Presentation

February 26, 2014, 5:30pm at the Hannah Community Center. See the flyer here.

Join the conversation to better our community! Visit our MindMixer site.

Now is the time to get involved! At the first charrette in May the community came together to create a draft vision for the whole corridor. See the results on the Updates page. Go to the MindMixer survey and see what everyone is talking about. Come to the next charrette in October as we look at detailed plans for sections along the corridor.


If you live in Clinton, Eaton or Ingham County or use and travel Michigan Avenue and Grand River Avenue from downtown Lansing eastward to Webberville, then we need your help! Michigan Avenue and Grand River Avenue have been described as Michigan's "main street." It has a storied history that includes the Old Plank Road back in the 1850s. This 19-mile corridor from the Capitol to Webberville is the economic engine of the region.

We have a draft vision. Now is the time to get into the details of how we can grow our economy by supporting and building the great neighborhoods and institutions that make up Michigan's main street. Join your fellow community members, businesses, organizations, and elected officials and provide guidance to a team of national and local experts who will finalize the vision and create local plans for the corridor.