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MDOT - FHWA Partnership

Aerial view of I-275 in Wayne County
Department of Transportation

MDOT - FHWA Partnership

MDOT, local public agencies, and tribal transportation agencies own the Michigan transportation system and make key decisions on how to deliver projects. They also decide what techniques and technologies to use in the operation and safety of Michigan's highway system. MDOT has partnered with the Federal Highway Highway Administration (FHWA) to work toward innovating our transportation system through several initiatives, including the State Transportation Innovation Council (STIC), Every Day Counts Initiative (EDC), and the Accelerated Innovation Deployment (AID) Demonstration program. 
Learn more about MDOT's involvement with STIC, EDC, or AID.

FHWA Partnership

State Transportation Innovation Council (STIC)

The Michigan State Transportation Innovation Council (MI-STIC) brings together stakeholders that represent all those market forces and work together to lead innovation in their state transportation program to foster a collaborative culture for rapid implementation of meaningful innovations to efficiently deliver the public a modern high quality highway system.

Every Day Counts Initiative (EDC)

Every Day Counts is a national initiative to accelerate project delivery through project streamlining and technology implementation. 

Accelerated Innovation Deployment (AID) Demonstration

The Accelerated Innovation Deployment (AID) Demonstration program acts as an incentive for eligible highway transportation agencies to assist in the implementation of innovative works.