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PHOTOS: Governor Whitmer Visits Miller-Rotunda Bridge in Dearborn Alongside Leaders and Elected Officials


March 3, 2021  



PHOTOS: Governor Whitmer Visits Miller-Rotunda Bridge in Dearborn Alongside Leaders and Elected Officials   


LANSING, Mich. -- Today, Governor Gretchen Whitmer traveled to the Miller-Rotunda Bridge in Dearborn to discuss her Bridge Bundling proposal, which would allow MDOT to administer $300 million to fix 120 local bridges in serious or critical condition, including the Miller-Rotunda Bridge in Dearborn. 


"We must continue investing in critical infrastructure as we rebuild our economy for our families, small businesses, and communities," said Governor Whitmer. "I am proud of the ongoing work here in Wayne County and look forward to visiting more worksites and projects. Together, we're going to fix the damn roads and bridges." 


The Miller-Rotunda Bridge consists of two separate bridges that were both built in 1931. The bridges were last rehabilitated in 1983 and have an overall rating of critical condition. 


The governor was joined by Wayne County Executive Warren Evans and Dearborn City Council President Susan Dabaja.  


Miller Rd. Bridge 1

Miller Rd. Bridge 2

Miller Rd. Bridge 3

Miller Rd. Bridge 4