he big rebuild of I-94 through the heart of Detroit is going forward with work to begin as early as next year.
Three months in, the I-96 construction project is on schedule, according to MDOT.
A top Michigan senator says he’s looking to raise $1.3 billion to $1.5 billion a year more to maintain deteriorating roads and bridges.
Dozens of residents who live along the I-96 construction zone are complaining about the overnight noise level of the project.
If your commute includes I-96, be prepared.
The House Transportation and Infrastructure Chairman says a plan could generate at least $1.5 billion a year more
The Road Commission for Oakland County plans to construct nearly $30 million worth of road projects during the 2013 construction season.
MDOT has begun work on 16 bridges on I-75 in Genesee County.
Crews will begin work to resurface four miles of the freeway between Crooks and Opdyke roads. One lane of the freeway will be closed.
Some new road projects are getting the go ahead in Oakland County.