Most Americans who traveled during this Thanksgiving holiday came face to face with an American reality: while there is much to be thankful for, our infrastructure is not one of those things.
The mild winter has meant money in the bank for local road departments.
Yes, it’s snowing outside, but it’s mainly just slushy and wet roads to deal with. In spite of that, more than 200 area schools decided their doors would be closed Friday. Why is that?
A number of rural gravel roads in Wayne County’s Sumpter Township were closed Thursday due to the warmer-than-normal temperatures.
State lawmakers this week will examine a plan to raise nearly $1.5 billion a year to fix Michigan’s crumbling roads and bridges. But it would come at a price to drivers.
A package of bills soon to be introduced in the Michigan Legislature is expected to propose higher vehicle registration fees and tax changes to raise more money for road repairs.
The snow overnight has left most area roadways snow covered and slippery Saturday morning.
No matter how many years of driving experience you have under your belt, winter weather never fails to present a wide variety of challenges.
The Road Commission for Oakland County may be ahead of the salt game this winter.
Governor Rick Snyder said if drivers want better roads and bridges, they better be prepared to pay for them.