Experts are giving Michigan's roads a poor rating going into 2018. They've earned a D-minus grade, according to a new report released Tuesday by the American Society of Civil Engineers Michigan Section.
Fluctuating temperatures, melting snow and heavy rains are beginning to take their toll on area roads in the form of potholes.
While we often take for granted having passable roads once a snowstorm passes, there is a lot that goes into winter road maintenance by our local road crews.
Michigan transportation officials say they plan to do their homework before they decide on any changes to the U.S. 31 traffic pattern through Grand Haven.
Unseasonably warm temperatures can provide a break from Michigan's long winter, but they can also wreak havoc on area roads with the creation of potholes.
The city’s Department of Public Works leader laid out Grand Haven’s annual street resurfacing plan during a City Council work session Monday night.
As of 6 a.m. today (Thursday, Jan. 19) the Ottawa County Road Commission put seasonal weight restrictions into effect on all county roads under its jurisdiction.
State, county offer ways to report road problems as season shifts.
Despite the recent snow, signs of spring are on the the way — especially when it comes to our roads, where potholes are beginning to pop up.
Grand Haven leaders hope to make improvements to North Shore Drive within the next five years.
By now, you probably have heard about the legislation signed by Gov. Rick Snyder that aims to bring $1.2 billion in funding to fix and maintain Michigan's crumbling roads and bridges.
GRAND HAVEN TWP. — Recently released ratings of Grand Haven Township’s road conditions paint a good picture for the community’s roads.