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!'

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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

Visit MDOT’s website to become a volunteer!

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