The MDOT Is Looking For People To Volunteer To Become Road Watchers
If you would like to help the Michigan Department of Transportation improve the commute during the winter, here's where you can get the info to become a 'Road Watcher!'
MDOT is looking for volunteers to report conditions during their commute this winter, according to WOOD. After a winter storm, Road Watcher volunteers will randomly be asked about road conditions during their morning commute. Becoming a Road Watcher and providing MDOT with the information will help it determine how to most efficiently use its resources.
Road Watchers are needed for the following locations:
I-96 in Muskegon, Ottawa, Kent, and Ionia counties
US-131 in Kent, Montcalm, Mecosta, and Allegan counties
I-196 in Kent, Ottawa and Allegan counties
US-31 in Muskegon, Ottawa and Allegan counties
M-6 in Kent County
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