Who is responsible for State highways in Berrien County?

The Michigan Department of Transportation is responsible for maintenance on all state highways in Berrien County. These highways are: I-94, I-196, U.S.-12, U.S.-31, M-140, M-139, M-51, M-239, M60, M-62, M-63 (Niles Avenue) and Business Route 94 from exit 23 (Red Arrow Highway) to St. Joseph, then along Main Street in Benton Harbor continuing out to exit 34 on I-94. For more information contact the Coloma Transportation Service Center at 269-849-1165.

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1. When do I need to get a permit from the Road Department?
2. Why isn't my road plowed right away when it snows?
3. Where can I get information on current road conditions in Michigan?
4. Why are some roads numbered differently than others?
5. Who is responsible for State highways in Berrien County?
6. What are "Seasonal weight restrictions" and "Frost laws"?
7. How do you handle Gravel Roads (dust, holes, ruts, etc.)?
8. What causes potholes?
9. Where does the Road Department get its operating funds?
10. What are the rules and policies concerning winter weather conditions?