Please Support Our Rakow Road Businesses!
While construction along the Rakow Road corridor is making good progress, it is a difficult time for many of the Rakow Road businesses. These businesses are part of our community and are in need of support at this time. All of these businesses are easily accessible and open for your business. Please help support these businesses!
LATEST INFORMATION: last updated 4-19-2013
4-19-2013: MCDOT would like to thank everyone for supporting the 2013 National Work Zone Awareness Week. Please remember to respect work zones every day and be aware all year long.
4-18-2013: National Work Zone Awareness Week continues… Click here for more info. Did you know that in 2010, there were 4,863 crashes in work zones that resulted in 24 fatalities and 1,525 injuries? Please use extra caution in our areas' work zones!!!!
4-17-2013: National Work Zone Awareness Week continues… Speeding in work zones gets you nowhere fast! Click here for more info. Did you know that going 45 MPH in a work zone that is posted at 35 MPH will only save you 47 seconds of travel time if the work zone is two miles long? MCDOT reminds you that work zone speed limits are for drivers’ safety and workers’ safety. Saving an extra minute or two by speeding in a work zone is just not worth it. Check out this video to learn more: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FqB51l6lCq8
4-16-2013: In recognition of Work Zone Safety Awareness Week, MCDOT reminds motorists that “We’re all in this together”! Please click here to view more information on work zone safety. As part of the MCDOT’s recognition of 2013 National Work Zone Awareness Week, please remember “We’re All In This Together” and check out this video describing why work zone safety is so important to the men and women who work on our roads every day. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1R_OAf5yVRM MCDOT reminds you to slow down in work zones and respect the work environment of those who work on our areas roadways. Watch this video to see if you would like someone driving through the place where you work at 65 MPH. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YeoB3tIb2RI