The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) is responsible for Michigan's 9,669-mile state highway system, comprised of all M, I, and US routes. MDOT also administers other state and federal transportation programs for aviation, intercity passenger services, rail freight, local public transit services, the Transportation Economic Development Fund (TEDF), and others.
The Michigan Driver and Traffic Safety Education Association (MDTSEA) is a non-profit organization committed to honest and ethical conduct at all levels of interaction within the organization and with the public (its “Activities”).
As the trucking industry grew, the founding members of MTA realized the difficulty of keeping up with the regulations within the trucking industry. It was then that the MTA became the "eyes and ears" of its members. MTA now provides a wide range of member services, including federally-mandated drug and alcohol testing, licensing and title service, self-funded workers compensation programs, training, and education.