MDOT


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MDOTMichigan Department of Transportation
MDOTMichigan Department of Treasury
MDOTMississippi Department of Transportation
MDOTMaine Department of Transportation
MDOTMaryland Department of Transportation
MDOTMontana Department of Transportation
MDOTmodified directly observed therapy
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By participating in FineFix, consumers can have their MDOT MVA uninsured auto flags lifted from their registration, gain the ability to register a vehicle and avoid having their state income tax refund intercepted by the State's Tax Refund Intercept Program (TRIP).
While motorists will see suspended operations in most MDOT construction zones for the weekend, drivers are advised that equipment and certain traffic configurations may remain in place, like temporary shifts or shoulder closures.
The Roadeos display MDOT's maintenance workforce with the knowledge, skills and abilities gained from experience working on Mississippi's highways.
--$3 billion in outstanding MDOT consolidated transportation bonds at 'AA+';
In 2015, MDOT teamed up with a local contractor to test and create wet reflective paints for performance in dark, wet work zones to improve nighttime visibility, particularly in rainy conditions.
Beyond these laws, MDOT has also put a Context Sensitive Solutions (CSS) policy in place.
State law designates MDOT as the agency responsible for making the determination as to where non-radioactive hazardous materials cannot be carried.
MDOT is reviewing the use of energy-efficient lighting as a way to save taxpayers money through reduced energy and maintenance costs associated with freeway lighting.
Ken Slay, ECM project manager for MDOT, says, "MDOT was essentially at a fork in the road regarding our ECM strategy.
Collaborate with MDOT and ODOT to develop a plan for integration of this system with their existing computerized system of asset management.
McNichol says the MDOT supports the I-73 concept in principle, since it makes sense to connect a series of roads through central and lower Michigan.
"We developed this program to address water quality issues above and beyond normal maintenance," explains Peter Newkirk, program manager for MDOT's Surface Water Quality Protection Program (SWQPP), a cooperative effort that teams local, state, and federal organizations to reduce the effect of polluted stormwater runoff from state highways and other MDOT transportation facilities.