The Michigan Department of Transportation has announced that over four and half million dollars will be invested in a few road projects in 2014 in Calhoun and Barry counties. The major project will take place along M-227 in Marshall, where $4 million dollars will be used for resurfacing the state highway. In Battle Creek, joint and approach replacement and patching on the bridge over the Battle Creek River on M-66 will be done, budgeted for $150,000 dollars. $400-thousand dollars will be spent on repaving on M-37 and M-43 in Hastings. The funds come from the roads and reserve fund that was set up this fiscal year. It’s part of the $115 million in projects for MDOT statewide for 2014.