The road to a new development project in Highland Park is riddled with potholes — literally.
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The Michigan Department of Transportation (M-DOT) says it will be making repairs on I-94, I-696, I-75 and Woodward Avenue this summer.
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Call it the $25,000 question: Does a Pennsylvania company have what it takes to fix Michigan’s pothole problem? The Monroe County Road Commission is planning to find out.
The Michigan Department of Transportation has posted a new educational video on its YouTube channel showing how potholes form and ways the public can notify MDOT about potholes on state trunklines. The video, “Reporting Potholes,” […]
The shake, rattle and roll caused by potholes is also leading to flat tires and blow-outs.
The Macomb County Executive says the county should be able to respond to pothole complaints in the same time it takes to get your drycleaning.
A new online system will make it easy for the public to report and avoid potholes during the dreaded pothole season, which began with warmer temperatures last weekend and is expected to get worse as temperatures fluctuate between freeze and thaw the next few weeks.
It’s been a bumpy ride on the roads since this week’s snowstorm.
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