Skip Navigation
Michigan Department of TransportationVisit www.michigan.gov!
Michigan.gov Home
close print view

West Michigan Transportation Operations Center

Image depicting a dynamic message sign or DMS

The West Michigan Transportation Operations Center's (TOC) operations focus on MDOT's goals of incident management, crash reduction, customer information, and congestion reduction. The TOC provides motorists and businesses with real-time traffic information and partners with emergency response agencies to provide improved response services to traffic crashes, saving lives, time, and money.

The West Michigan TOC serves motorists in MDOT's Grand Region. This ITS center for West Michigan, which began formal operations in April 2006, oversees a traffic monitoring system covering approximately 45 freeway miles and 18 non-freeway trunkline miles in the greater Grand Rapids area and Grand Haven.

Infrastructure includes:

  • 56 Traffic Surveillance Cameras
  • 25 Dynamic Message Signs
  • 4 Variable Speed Signs
  • 112 Vehicle Detectors

More WMTOC Info




Studies

• Grand Region ITS Communications StudyComplete / Printer-Friendly ...


Quick Links
 •  Title VI Nondiscrimination
 •  Tribal Governments
 •  Twitter-Facebook-YouTube
 •  Mi Drive
 •  State Map
QR code

Michigan.gov Home
PoliciesMichigan NewsMichigan.gov Survey

Copyright © 2001-2014 State of Michigan