MDOT contends that the only way to complete the project in a ‘timely’ manner, six months or so, is to work around the clock.
If your commute includes I-96, be prepared.
Less than two weeks after my report detailing how copper thieves had sabotaged a $3.2 million dollar LED lighting project on I-94, most of the lights are already back on.
Last summer, MDOT spent $3.2 million on a project to install 330 new LED lights on a five-mile stretch of I-94. The problem is; the damn things don’t work.
MDOT is reminding drivers that they can file claims for potential reimbursement if their vehicles have been victimized by potholes.
Some local communities say they’re running out of cash to clear the roads. So, will the state offer any help?
By law, such material must ferried across the Detroit River.
Auburn Hills Lieutenant Ryan Gagnon says alternate routes will need to be taken while repair work begins.
Copper thieves are at it again in metro Detroit.
More than 30 miles of new track will be installed in Michigan.