An audit finds some bridges classified as being in critical condition aren’t being inspected as frequently or as thoroughly as they should be.
As the state of Michigan looks to improve its infrastructure — roads and bridges — a team of Michigan State University researchers think they may have one solution.
There are 28 Michigan bridges that are considered “structurally deficient” and “fracture critical,” according to data compiled by The Associated Press.
The new toll for an automobile or passenger vehicle will be $4 starting Sunday.
Michigan is still not making the grade after receiving an overall D grade for infrastructure two years ago, the Michigan Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers announced Monday.
Included in President Obama’s “American Jobs Act” is a proposal to spend $50 billion on road and bridge projects.
MDOT has begun work on 16 bridges on I-75 in Genesee County.
A new study by a road builders group claims that more than 3,000 of the state’s bridges get poor safety ratings.