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  1. Alternate routes to go up north, to Lions game

    It's early September, and while it's still warm and summery, Michigan is on the cusp of yet another glorious fall. Which means there's still plenty of time left for weekend trips up north, but construction is still scheduled on Interstate 75.

  2. Slide-in bridge technology allows a quicker fix

    MDOT shows off the latest in bridge replacement technology, in which a new bridge is constructed next to the old span and then slid into place.

  3. Rounding out this year's Woodward Dream Cruise

    Just a few things from here and there. So what's my assessment of this year's Woodward Dream Cruise?

  4. A Hellcat will prowl Woodward

    Every year for the Woodward Dream Cruise, the auto writers at The Detroit News business desk manage to wrangle a bad-boy car for me to drive during cruise week. This year they lassoed me the hairiest, scariest car I've ever scored: the aptly named 2015 Dodge Challenger Hellcat that produces a beastly 707 horsepower.

  5. M-1 Rail work to force first major Detroit freeway closure

    The Michigan Department of Transportation has scheduled a fairly large freeway closure in downtown Detroit this weekend. From 9 p.m. today until 5 a.m. Monday, MDOT crews will close all lanes of Interstate 94 between Interstate 75 and the Lodge Freeway (M-10) as part of the ongoing M-1 Rail project on Woodward.

  6. Mich.'s biggest roundabout to ease traffic flow in Oakland

    It's been in the planning stages for years, but Oakland County's plan to improve safety and traffic flow at the uber congested 14 Mile/Orchard Lake Road/Northwestern Highway triangle is officially under way.

  7. International Bridge trip kindles memories

    The Michigan Department of Transportation doesn't always work with steel, asphalt and concrete: Sometimes they build using comforting memories and wistful sentiment. Just ask Barb and Arvid Reiter, who recently rode an 18-wheel time machine back to Oct. 31, 1964.

  8. Pinto fans find a lot to love in Dearborn visit

    The Ford Pinto Club of America who will be gathering at Ford World Headquarters in Dearborn Friday for their annual Pinto Stampede. The caravan of Ford Pintos will visit the Henry Ford Museum, the Ford Product Development Center, the Ford & Mercury Restorers Club Car Show and other area landmarks.

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