(AREA) -- MDOT says nine Michigan counties will use $2.7 million in state Category F funds to upgrade roads in urban areas to "all-season" status to support local economic growth and keep Michigan open for business year-round. Locally, St. Clair County will benefit from the funding. The St. Clair County Road Commission will reconstruct 0.9 miles of Dove Street from 2,500 feet east of Michigan Road to 2,500 west of Michigan Road. The project will reconstruct a critical segment of an all-season road network that services the city of Port Huron's industrial park and provides connections from I-94, west of the city limits, to the I-69 Business Loop and the I-94 Business Loop. The $470,000 project will receive $375,000 in state Transportation Economic Development Fund Category F funding with a $95,000 match from the road commission.