More Detroit Demolition: MDOT to Expand I-94 in Detroit
"The Michigan Department of Transportation will be breaking ground this year on a $1.3 billion project to significantly widen I-94 between I-96 and Conner Avenue in Detroit.This expansion project will demolish several buildings, homes, and even pedestrian bridges (without replacement), including the Canfield bridge over M-10 (this will affect the new owners of the Sullivan Home in Woodbridge), 5287 Hecla (home on the register of historic places), 6000 Russell (Square D/Detroit Fuse and Manufacturing Company, also on the register of historic places), and 5840 Second (United Sound Systems Recording Studio, another historic place), among others.
An expanding I-94, including new service drives and on- and off-ramps, approaches Detroit's Woodbridge neighborhood."
This information came from this article, which also includes MDOT's promo video of the expansion. They also provide additional contact information and what you can do to voice your opinion on the matter.