Heading north? Take a demeanour during trade opposite a state

SAGINAW, MI – With a Fourth of Jul weekend approaching, many Michiganders are looking to conduct north to suffer a holiday with desired ones.

Before attack a road, make use of a Michigan Department of Transportation’s “MI Drive Map,” that facilities live camera feeds of trade on vital roads and information on trade incidents and construction.

As of 3:30 p.m. Thursday, Jul 2, MDOT reported mainline overload on I-75 north, between Flint and Bay City. A pile-up is restraint a left line of northbound I-75 after M-21 in Flint. Construction is causing some delays along US-23 between Ann Arbor and Flint.

The alley with a many trade tie adult seems to be a Mackinac Bridge, where according to a bridge’s website, there is construction inspiring both northbound and southbound travel.

The website’s Bridge Cam posts images of trade conditions roughly once a minute.

Looking North

Here are images of camera feeds on several Michigan roads as of around 3 p.m. Thursday.


I-75 North during Dixie Highway (Saginaw)

I-75 North during US-10 (Bay City)

I-75 during US-23 (Flint)

West Michigan

US-131 during I-96 (Grand Rapids)

US-31 during M-120 (Muskegon)

North Michigan

US-31 during 3 Mile (Traverse City)

I-75 during Mackinaw Highway (Mackinaw City)

I-75 during South of Castle Rock Road (St. Ignace)

Southeast Michigan

I-75 during 7 Mile (Detroit)

US-127 during State Road (Lansing)

I-94 during US-127 (Jackson)

US 23 during Lee Road (North of Ann Arbor)

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