The 30-day public comment period for the Draft 2022-2026 5YTP is now closed, having opened on July 26 and concluded on August 27, 2021. Comments and questions can still be submitted by email, mail, and MDOT's general comment form until October 11, 2021, but may not be able to be included in the final document.
Visit the 5YTP interactive map to view projects in this year's program.
Leave feedback through our general comment form.
Send a comment or question by e-mail to MDOT-Five-Year-Program@Michigan.gov, or by mail to:
Michigan Department of Transportation
Systems Evaluation and Program Development Unit
Five Year Transportation Program
425 W. Ottawa St.
P.O. Box 30050
Lansing, MI 48909
The annual 5YTP is intended to present MDOT's planned investments across all modes as early in the planning process as possible to support successful program delivery, encourage local coordination, and guarantee opportunities for meaningful public engagement.
The 5YTP includes the following:
• Featured projects coming soon
• Revenue assumptions and investment strategies
• Fiscal Year 2021 investment focus for all modes
• A list of planned road and bridge projects
• MDOT region contact information
The Rebuilding Michigan program objective is to rebuild the state highways and bridges that are critical to the state’s economy and carry the most traffic. The investment strategy is aimed at fixes that result in longer useful lives and improves the condition of the state’s infrastructure. In addition, this strategy allows MDOT to address key corridors and rebuild major segments of highly travelled interstates, such as I-69, I-75, and I-94, as well as several other busy freeways.
- Rebuilding Michigan Bond Financed Projects
Listing of projects based on bonding status.
- Rebuilding Michigan Program Interactive Map
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Rebuilding Michigan Corridor Projects
Rebuilding Michigan is focused on the state highways and bridges that are critical to the state's economy and carry the most traffic. Some of the projects will be designed and constructed as a single project. MDOT will environmentally review these corridors as single projects to capture any potential cumulative impacts. You have many options to participate. Attend a virtual meeting or share your comments using the online comment form.
- Rebuilding Michigan Public Comment Form
- I-696 Rebuilding Michigan Corridor Presentation
- US-23 Flex Route Extension Public Meeting Presentation
- I-94 rebuilding project from Red Arrow Highway to Britain Avenue - YouTube
- US-127 Rebuilding Michigan Corridor Presentation