Michigan Department of Transportation

Second Adopt-A-Highway Pickup Begins July 14
Almost 3,200 volunteer groups will clean up litter among more than 7,200 miles of Michigan highway as the year's second Adopt-A-Highway pickup gets underway July 14. The pickup will run through July 22, and follows an April cleanup. Adopt-A-Highway, a Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT…
MDOT Announces Wounded Veterans Internship Program
The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) is introducing a new program focused on helping wounded military veterans transition into the civilian workforce. The Wounded Veterans Internship Program offers wounded veterans paid internships at MDOT facilities throughout the state and is federally…
MDOT Promotes Safety During National Bike Month
While the number of crashes, injuries and fatalities on roads in Michigan were down from the year before, 2011 statistics released by the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) indicate that fatal crashes involving bicyclists are disproportionally high...
MDOT’s State Rail Plan Earns National Recognition
The Michigan Department of Transportation's (MDOT) State Rail Plan has earned a National Recognition Award in the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) 2012 Engineering Excellence Awards competition. The National Recognition Award is a prestigious distinction honoring projects that d…
MDOT Begins Rollout of Orange Barrels
In an effort to increase safety and keep as many roads and bridges as possible in good condition throughout the year, the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) once again is rolling out the orange barrels in the central Michigan and Thumb area...

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