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Michigan Department of Transportation

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Michigan Department of Transportation

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AAH volunteers pose for a photo before picking up litter from the highway.

Adopt-A-Highway Pickup

Michigan roadsides will receive their first cleaning. Drive cautiously during the pickup periods and watch for volunteers!

Adopt-A-Highway Pickup
Ovid-Elsie High School art students introduced their safe winter driving-themed plow blade - Don't Rush in Ice and Slush.

Paint the Plow Program

The Paint the Plow Program is accepting applications for the 2024-2025 school year. Applications are due May 17.

Paint the Plow Application
Barrel on the US-10 Clare construction project.

Work Zone Safety

Michigan is serious about the safety of vulnerable workers and motorists, so slow down and give work zones your full attention.

Work Zone Safety
MDOT maintenance crews fill potholes with asphalt.

Report Potholes

Help MDOT maintain our state's trunklines (M, I, and US routes) by reporting potholes on these roads.

Report Potholes

Latest News

Upcoming MDOT Events

Director Bradley Wieferich speaks at Michigan kick-off event for National Work Zone Awareness Week.

MDOT Director

"Through collaboration and innovation, Michigan will deliver a well-maintained and sustainably funded network where strategic investments are made in mobility options that improve quality of life, support public health, and promote resiliency."

- Bradley C. Wieferich, P.E.

Talking Michigan Transportation

The Talking Michigan Transportation podcast features conversations with transportation experts inside and outside MDOT and will touch on anything and everything related to mobility, including rail, transit and the development of connected and automated vehicles.

 

Graphic displaying Michigan's weekly road fatality numbers.

Toward Zero Deaths

With more than 42,000 fatalities occurring on U.S. highways each year, roadway safety remains one of the most challenging issues facing Michigan and the nation. TZD is intended to change driver behavior through education. 

Toward Zero Deaths