Adopt-A-Highway Volunteers Ready To Clean Mich. RoadsVolunteers across state will be out in full force as the Michigan Department of Transportation kicks off its annual "Adopt-A-Highway" cleanup project.
Adopt-A-Highway: Volunteers Ready For Spring CleaningSpring cleaning begins Saturday for highway roadsides in metro Detroit.
Adopt-A-Highway Volunteers Prepare For Last Cleanup Of YearAdopt-A-Highway volunteers are preparing for the final clean sweep of state highways from Saturday, Sept. 24, through Sunday, Oct. 2.
Adopt-A-Highway Litter Teams Tackle Second CleanupThe Michigan Department of Transportation's popular litter cleanup program will send about 32,000 volunteers out on Michigan highways from July 9-17, in the second of three scheduled pickups this year.
MDOT Seeks Groups To Adopt-A-HighwayMore than 3,000 groups collected 80,000 bags of trash and saved taxpayers more than $1.5 million in cleanup costs.
Area Freeways Get A Business BoostFreeways are often the first and last impression visitors have of the Metro Detroit area.