The road was opened Aug. 3 following construction projects that began in April.
Harbor Transit will be halting some of its services on Saturday, Aug. 4, in response to the event-filled Coast Guard Festival day.
MDOT officials say work will include electrical and mechanical upgrades.
A community effort to bring extended paved shoulders for bicyclists who use Lakeshore Drive has been hailed as a success.
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.
As much as flowers and foliage bloom during the springtime, the annual freeze/thaw cycle means potholes are also sprouting up across roads throughout the state.
Recently tabulated numbers show that the service had ridership of 253,957 last year — an increase of 1.6 percent over 2016.
Here is a behind-the-scenes look at how the Ottawa County Road Commission manages winter weather.
DETROIT — Uber has fired more than 20 employees after a law firm investigated complaints of sexual harassment, bullying, discrimination and other violations of company policies.
The Harbor Transit Board has approved the hiring of Tiffany Bowman to lead the local ride provider following the impending retirement of current Director Tom Manderscheid.
Michigan Department of Transportation officials have issued a travel alert for people heading northbound on U.S. 31 in Muskegon County on Thursday morning.
Harbor Transit’s Harbor Trolley Service LLC has nearly a year’s worth of rides under its belt, giving leadership a chance to reflect on the new service and set sights on the future.
Airlines are getting better at sticking to their schedules and are losing fewer bags. Their customers seem to be complaining less often.
Ottawa County’s voter-approved road millage is said to provide millions of dollars for road projects in townships throughout the county over the next 10 years.
Change could be on the horizon for motorists across the state, as the Michigan Legislature earlier this week narrowly backed a 75 mph speed limit on 600 miles of freeway in the state and a 65 mph limit on 900 miles of other roads.