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Statewide Transportation Operations Center (STOC)

MDOT's Statewide Transportation Operations Center with staff monitoring traffic and incidents through computers and TVs mounted on the wall.
Department of Transportation

Statewide Transportation Operations Center (STOC)

The Statewide Transportation Operations Center (STOC) focuses on MDOT's goals of incident management, crash reduction, traveler information, and congestion reduction. STOC provides motorists with real-time travel information and partners with emergency responders to provide response services to traffic crashes, saving lives, time, and money.

STOC serves motorists in MDOT's Southwest, University, Bay, North, and Superior regions. The center oversees a traffic monitoring system covering 1,260 freeway miles across both peninsulas of Michigan and operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. In addition, STOC also operates MDOT's US-23 Flex Route and I-94 Variable Speed Advisory Corridor.

Infrastructure includes:

  • 229 Traffic Cameras
  • 99 Dynamic Message Signs
  • 19 Truck Parking Availability Signs
  • 379 Vehicle Detectors


Bandhan Ayon
STOC Operations Engineer