Pushing the Envelope

Mdot and Its Work to Rebuild and Reinvent Michigan’s Roadways By James Martinez  In February, Governor Gretchen Whitmer announced that Electreon was selected to build a public wireless in-road charging system on a one mile of road in Detroit within …

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Out of Sight, Top of Mind

Leaders Pushing to Create More Resilient Underground Infrastructure By Karen Dybis  When it comes to Michigan’s aging underground infrastructure, state leaders such Macomb County Public Works Commissioner Candice Miller knows there’s a temptation to ignore the problem.   But she also …

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Less Accidents, More Lanes

Autonomous Vehicles Likely to Improve Efficiency of Existing Infrastructure By James Martinez  The way University of Detroit Mercy civil, architectural and environmental engineering professor Utpal Dutta Ph.D., P.E., sees it – autonomous vehicles dominating the roadways one day will expand …

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