Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer has issued an executive order to the Department of Transportation to repair potholes on all state roads.

Twitter data shows that in the last 30 days, more than 500,000 tweets have been posted about potholes, with Michigan roads topping the list of the worst roads in America.

Statistics also reveal that 54% of those tweets came from the metro Detroit area.

Sam Beydoun, Governor of Wayne County, said that the road repair project in the county is scheduled to be completed this year, as it was scheduled for later this spring, but we are able to raise the schedule to start the project, which will be at the end of March. .

For his part, the newly elected Dearborn Mayor, Abdullah Hammoud, stated that “the entire stretch of Miller Road will be reconstructed because this project has always been part of the plan.”

He added, “Before I became mayor, I helped secure $75 million for Miller Road and Miller Rotunda Bridge

Detroiters can report potholes using a mobile app called: Improve Detroit app

Dearborn residents can also report bad roads by sending an email to:

[email protected]