Project and Programs
- From plans to pavement: Learn how a road is built Did you know that Michigan is a national leader in road building? In fact, the state boasts the nation's first mile of rural concrete highway and many other landmark "firsts." Thanks to this long history, Michigan's highways and bridges are some of the oldest in the nation, and many have outlived their design life and are due for reconstruction.
A list of major road and bridge projects currently under construction. Access project descriptions, maps and recent news.
MDOT studies which determine project need and impact. These sites hold information for the general public such as the meetings that are scheduled and the reports generated by the study.
The State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP), the State Long Range Plan (SLRP), and the Five-Year Transportation Program.
Asset Management, a process to strategically manage our transportation system in a cost-effective and efficient manner.
• Access Management
• Aesthetic Opportunities
• Pure Michigan Byways
• Intelligent Transportation Systems
• Memorial Highways
• Noise Abatement
• Roadside Development
• Storm Water Management
• Transportation Economic Development Fund
• Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP)
• Safe Routes to School
• Small Urban Program
• State Infrastructure Bank
• FY 2013 Section 5317 New Freedom Program of Projects
• 2013 Section 5316 Job Access and Reverse Commute Program of Projects
Context sensitive solutions (CSS) is a collaborative interdisciplinary approach to developing transportation projects.
How MDOT measures the condition of the transportation system.
•Regional Nonmotorized Investment Plans
•Biking in Michigan
Through the Transportation Systems Management and Operations (TSMO) program, MDOT is adding advanced technologies and partnerships to traditional practices in order to make the roads we have already built safer and less congested.
Title VI Nondiscrimination
The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) in Michigan.