Items Tagged with 'Michigan Department of Transportation'

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State updating 20-year transportation plan

December 11, 2015
The long-range transportation plan for Michigan is ready for public opinion. Read More

State will test more high-speed rails

Amtrak route from Detroit to Chicago will be one of the first options examined.

December 11, 2015
LANSING — Part of Michigan’s passenger rail service goes 110 miles an hour — but not all of it. Read More

Changing preferences challenge transportation agencies

LANSING — Increased fuel efficiency, an insufficient gas tax and younger generations’ disinterest in owning cars have created a complicated combination of financial concerns for Michigan transportation agencies. Read More

Roadwork takes Labor Day off

August 29, 2014
Labor Day travelers will be glad to learn most road construction around the state will be on hiatus during the holiday weekend. Read More

Creston MDOT project earns accolades

August 11, 2014
The Michigan Department of Transportation was one of seven state transportation agencies recognized recently for innovative and efficient transportation projects. Read More

GR planners back expanded U.S. 131 study

April 4, 2014
The Grand Rapids Planning Commission is in support of an expanded study regarding the future of U.S. 131. Read More

Independence from orange barrels this holiday weekend

July 2, 2013
The Michigan Department of Transportation hopes to make travelers’ lives a little easier this Independence Day holiday. Read More

Metro Council gets added road money for this year

April 26, 2013
Grand Valley Metro Council Executive Director John Weiss said the transportation planner is getting a bigger chunk of road dollars this year than was initially expected. Read More

Street Talk: EPIC finalists represent a little bit of everything

Winds of change.

April 12, 2013
This is gonna be EPIC! Read More

MDOT at work: West Michigan sees $100M in road and bridge construction

March 29, 2013
With the condition of the state’s roads and bridges being a key priority for regional businesses, the Michigan Department of Transportation announced it is investing $100 million this summer on infrastructure work across a seven-county region in West Michigan. Read More