michigan department of transportation

Get the Bulldozers. Miller Road Is Getting An Upgrade
With the stroke of a pen, with Governor Gretchen Whitmer's signature, Kalamazoo's Miller Road will get a much needed upgrade between Emerald Drive on the west and Sprinkle Road on the east.
Miller Road is a "major east-west roadway in the city of Kalamazoo, serving several large industrial devel…
Two Three Rivers Men Died Following Separate Motorcycle Accidents
This weekend proved to be a deadly one for two Three Rivers residents taking to the roads on motorcycles.
On Saturday at approximately 4:30 p.m., deputies with the Cass County Sheriff's Department were called to investigate a personal injury accident that resulted in a fatality near the intersec…
Year-To-Date Crash Fatalities Down In Michigan
As of December 12, 978 people have died on Michigan's roadways due to crashes in 2017.
The Michigan Department of Transportation says in a release that in the past week there were 18 fatalities; compared to December 12, 2016, the year-to-date number of fatalities was down by 31.
MDOT Southwest Talks Winter Prep
MDOT says that this year, 71 of their 83 trucks in the region will have green and amber beacons on them; these new green beacons have been rolled out over the last few years, and are shown to be easier to see in the winter.