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Michigan Department of Transportation


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AAH volunteers pose for a photo before picking up litter from the highway.

Adopt-A-Highway pickup

Michigan roadsides will receive their second cleaning. Drive cautiously during the pickup periods and watch for volunteers!

A construction worker on the US-31 bridge in Grand Haven.

2024 Career Fest

Save the date for an exciting summer event where you can discover a variety of job opportunities within MDOT.

Director Brad Wieferich in personal protective equipment.

Road work patience

Watch MDOT's newest video of Director Wieferich asking for patience as active work zones increase statewide. 

Political voting sign graphic.

Political sign guidelines

Improperly placed signs can create safety and vision hazards. Learn the rules for placement of political signs on state roads.

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Director Bradley Wieferich speaks at Michigan kick-off event for National Work Zone Awareness Week.

MDOT Director

"Through collaboration and innovation, Michigan will deliver a well-maintained and sustainably funded network where strategic investments are made in mobility options that improve quality of life, support public health, and promote resiliency."

Bradley C. Wieferich, P.E.

Talking Michigan Transportation

The Talking Michigan Transportation podcast features conversations with transportation experts inside and outside MDOT and will touch on anything and everything related to mobility, including rail, transit and the development of connected and automated vehicles.


Graphic displaying Michigan's weekly road fatality numbers.

Toward Zero Deaths

With more than 42,000 fatalities occurring on U.S. highways each year, roadway safety remains one of the most challenging issues facing Michigan and the nation. TZD is intended to change driver behavior through education. 

Toward Zero Deaths