How can I find inspection reports for Michigan bridges?

Ken Haddad
Ken Haddad

The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) is sharing a website with information about pedestrian bridges.

One page will let people see inspection data on more than 70 Detroit-area pedestrian bridges over state trunkline routes.

An interactive map shows the location of bridges around Michigan and shares basic information like age, size, condition and date of last inspection. Pedestrian bridges over MDOT routes can also be viewed.


Condition ratings for pedestrian bridges are evaluated following the National Bridge Inventory condition ratings. The ratings are based on a 0-9 scale and assigned for each culvert or the deck, superstructure and substructure of each bridge.

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