MDOT has stated that no bridges are ever left open if they are unsafe for drivers to cross. However, Michigan Department of Transportation recently provided an update on just how bad some of our bridges are in the state.
Each year, the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) rates every state's and the nation's infrastructure, and this year they gave both Michigan and the United States a bad grade.
Both Michigan and the United States received a "D+" as a grade for their infrastructure from the ASCE...
For the first time since August 2007, the Michigan Department of Transportation has released a new report on Michigan's 4,399 state highway bridges. Unfortunately, the news is not all good for West Michigan.