“We are going to be watching it through the night … and if it requires salting we will be out there salting,” said a spokesperson for the Wayne County Road Commission.
MSP is asking drivers to use extreme caution … and to be aware that surfaces that appear to have been cleared are icing up now that temperatures have fallen.
Officials say progress is being made on bridges at the corner of Avon and Livernois roads in Rochester Hills, where backups have been long and tempers short over road closures and lane restrictions.
Gov. Rick Snyder has signed legislation that will allow county boards of commissioners to dissolve and take over duties of county road commissions in Michigan.
The metro Detroit area got a few inches of slushy snow and that has made the drive slower than usual.
In less than a month, motorists will once again be able to drive along Crooks Road north of 14 Mile.
A Northern Michigan couple says they were injured in 2006 when their motorcycle hit a pothole in the Charlevoix area.
The snow and ice are causing some pretty bad road conditions for drivers and the salt trucks and plows are out across Metro Detroit to clear the roads.
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.
Metro Detroiters may see another 1-2 inches of new snow through Monday morning.