MDOT urges public to prepare for severe weather

JACKSON, MISS. – The Mississippi Department of Transportation (MDOT) is working to spread awareness about the importance of preparing for potential severe weather in Mississippi. To further prepare Mississippians for severe weather season in March, April and May, Gov. Tate Reeves declared... Read More.

MDOT working on roads damaged from ice storm and rain

JACKSON, MISS. – Mississippi Department of Transportation (MDOT) crews are responding to damaged roads in the wake of Winter Storm Heather. The culmination of freezing temperatures, snow, ice and sleet, followed by significant heavy rains, caused an unprecedented number of potholes on State Routes... Read More.

MDOT preparing for potential winter weather

 The Mississippi Department of Transportation (MDOT) officials are gearing up for potential winter weather in parts of Mississippi next week as a blast of artic air moves south. Forecasts predict hard freezes with morning lows in the single-digits in parts the northern... Read More.

MDOT is ready for winter

JACKSON, MISS. – After weeks of mild fall weather in Mississippi, cooler conditions will likely arrive in the Magnolia State in the coming months. Weather can change quickly, and the Mississippi Department of Transportation (MDOT) is prepared to respond to winter weather... Read More.

MDOT suspends work, offers tips for holiday travel

JACKSON, MISS. – ‘Tis the season for holiday travel. With more vehicles on the highways, the Mississippi Department of Transportation (MDOT) wants to help keep your holidays merry and bright by limiting travel delays caused by highway construction and offer a few holiday... Read More.

MDOT publishes list of upcoming projects

Central District Transportation Commissioner Dick Hall Tuesday announced updates to several Mississippi Department of Transportation projects in central Mississippi.“As work progresses on several Central Mississippi projects, motorists are reminded to be on high alert for roadside workers this holiday season,” said Commissioner Hall. “Please... Read More.