So the Marquette Interchange is going to be ready two months earlier than expected and millions under budget.
These are roads and bridges we're talking about here, not someone's landscaping. Are we really happy that bridges one hundred feet up and more are going to be done faster and for less money? Does faster mean rushed? Does less money mean corner were cut? I'm sure the money savings is largely labor. Still . . .
Seriously, this is great. Our DOT did a great job on something that was sorely needed. Once people get used to the changes and see how nice it is, they'll wonder when the zoo interchange construction will start.