Over 1.4 million Michigan drivers are expected to hit the road for the holiday weekend.
The state is stalling some construction work to accommodate motorists. Continue reading
Construction is underway for a boardwalk and event center at the Headlands Dark Sky Park in Emmet County.
Through the remainder of the last holiday of the summer, M-DOT shut down construction projects to provide smoother travel for millions drivers.
According to AAA of Michigan, more than 1.2 million travelers will be using Michigan roads on this final summer holiday weekend.
More than 1.3 million travelers are expected to take to Michigan roadways over the July Fourth holiday. And they will be greeted by a most-welcome sight: fewer active construction zones. Continue reading
Republican leaders in the state House hope to hold a vote Wednesday on their proposal to boost road funding by about $1 billion a year.
New money for roads would mostly come from projected revenue increases over the next few years and by shifting existing funds in the state budget. Continue reading
The state Senate has voted to ban prevailing wage requirements in Michigan. Those laws mandate union-level pay and benefits for workers on publicly-funded construction projects. Continue reading
Experts say, within the past decade, the number of ship visits to the Saginaw River has gone from the highest – in the 300s – to the lowest – in the low 100s.
The freeway had been detoured for most of the summer, to allow for culvert replacements and bridge repairs over the Pine River. Northbound lanes were reopened last month.
While students are busy enjoying their summer breaks, CMU is busy making progress in construction of new facilities. Continue reading
For Michigan’s rail-trail, the end of construction is finally in sight. Continue reading
Something that often frustrates Michigan drivers, other than the weather, is construction.
The state is hoping to reduce frustration, and delays with new bridge replacement technology. Continue reading