The Michigan Department of Transportation says one-fifth of the lights along freeways in Metro Detroit aren’t working — and copper thieves are mainly to blame.
Overnight downpours have flash flood warnings in effect for parts of metro Detroit Thursday morning, with showers and thunderstorms expected to remain through the day.
Snow plows and salt trucks cleared most of the major freeways and roads but WWJ’s Stephanie Davis reports the same can’t be said for some of the back streets.
A little snow is causing some big problems for commuters on the road, Friday morning.
Wet snow and slush is making for slippery road conditions Friday night.
At the start of a Winter Survival Week in Metro Detroit, how’s the Monday morning drive? WWJ Newsradio 950 has a team of reporters covering driving and road conditions. In Northville Township, Ron Dewey says […]
While you’re enjoying the fall colors this weekend, you’ll also see a lot of orange construction barrels on the roads. There are four high-impact projects on the schedule this weekend. You’ll have to dodge the Lodge […]
While the summer season sticks around, so does road construction. Metro Detroiters should watch out for a string of brake lights on several freeways this weekend.
It may be starting to feel like Fall, but the Summer road work season isn’t over yet. Road projects will cause weekend tieups on the two primary routes to Metro Airport.