Construction Updates

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Residents who have questions about road maintenance and snow removal on their local roads must contact the Macomb County Department of Roads (MCDR), at 586-463-8671.

Macomb County Department of Roads Traffic Operations Center (TOC).  Under the direction of the Macomb County Traffic Department, the TOC serves as the hub of activity for operation, maintenance and monitoring of the various countywide deployments of advanced traffic signal systems, cameras and overall Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) communications network. This includes, but is not limited to, real time traffic operations monitoring (unplanned and planned events), traffic flow, signal operations and special event coordination.
Macomb County pothole brochure click here. Macomb County Road Projects in Macomb Township click here.
  1. MDOT is rebuilding 2.5 miles of M-59

    MDOT is rebuilding 2.5 miles of M-59 in Clinton, Macomb, Harrison, and Chesterfield Townships from Elizabeth Road to I-94. Westbound and eastbound traffic will be impacted. Read on...
  2. 26 Mile Road Bridge Superstructure Replacement

    26 Mile Road bridge superstructure replacement and approach work set to begin on March 14. 26 Mile Road will close to thru traffic from Broughton Road to Ray Center Road starting April 25. Read on...
  3. Completion of the 23 Mile/Card Road intersection work

    Starting April 28, 23 Mile/Card Road intersection will be open to traffic with lane restrictions during punch list completion work. Flagging operations will stop traffic when necessary. Read on...
  4. Pitchford Park

    Coming soon! Pitchford Park will be located on the westside of Romeo Plank ¼ north off 22 Mile Road. The park will include a dog park, pickleball, tennis courts, walking and jogging trails and playscapes. Read on...
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How to Use a Roundabout


State of Michigan is installing rounadabouts to improve safety and reduce congestion in certain intersections. This video demonstrates the proper use of a roundabout, whether you are a motorist, bicyclist or pedestrian.