Getting to the GameAvoid the blitz and arrive in time for kickoff! MDOT will be working on road and bridge projects throughout the 2013 football season. This work could impact travel for motorists trying to get to the "big" game. This Web page was created to help you plan your route.
Which Roads to Fix?MDOT considers several factors when deciding which roads to fix, including current condition, forecasted condition and strategy. Using this information, MDOT selects road construction projects that are the "right fix at the right time on the right road."
Why Traffic Signs are ReplacedNational traffic sign retroreflectivity standards have been established to address visibility issues with nighttime driving. MDOT routinely replaces traffic signs on highway corridors as part of a 100 percent federally funded statewide sign replacement program. Learn more.
Rest Areas/Welcome CentersMDOT operates and maintains 79 rest areas, including 14 welcome centers, along major freeways and roadways for the convenience of the traveling public. Rest areas provide modern restrooms, telephones, picnic areas, pet exercise zones, paved parking areas, and fresh drinking water.
2013 State Transportation MapThe 2013 State Transportation maps are here and you can get them at Michigan Welcome Centers and MDOT offices. You also can check out PDF versions of the state map along with maps of Michigan cities and other useful information. Request a free copy.