Mi Drive Disclaimer

The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) provides this website for informational purposes only. Website materials are compiled from a variety of sources; they are subject to change without notice. MDOT expressly disclaims any warranty, guarantee, or representation of completeness or accuracy of the information on this site or on any site to which it links. MDOT strives to maintain the most current information and camera images available on the website, but cannot guarantee that all information and images will be displayed due to power outages, equipment malfunctions, telecommunication outages, or other such reasons which may be beyond the control of MDOT. If a camera is expected to be out for longer than a day, MDOT may remove the camera from the website and reactivate it once the camera is back online. Lane closure information displayed on the Mi Drive site only covers M, I, and US routes in Michigan.

Stay Home Stay Safe logoCOVID-19 Information

In Gov. Gretchen Whitmer's Stay Home, Stay Safe Executive Order, residents are directed to remain home or in their place of residence to the maximum extent feasible to reduce the spread of COVID-19. At this time, MDOT's construction contractors are deemed critical infrastructure workers and will proceed with state trunkline projects (M, I, and US-routes) when they feel their workers can perform work in a safe manner.

All available contractors have been briefed on the appropriate safety methods to prevent the spread of COVID-19, including, but not limited to social distancing, and the use of sanitizers on equipment and supplies. Contractors that do not feel that they can work safely within those guidelines may delay a project until the situation is deemed safe again.

The situation is very dynamic and the guidance regarding road construction can change with events.

For the most up-to-date COVID-19 information, visit Michigan.gov/Coronavirus.

Most recent Stay Home, Stay Safe Executive Orders
Executive Order 2020-42 (COVID-19)
Executive Order 2020-21 (COVID-19)

See all Coronavirus-related Executive Orders.