The work will cost more than $20 million.
The 68-page report says the highway is deteriorating much faster than it should and that pavement layers aren't bonded together properly.
DOT started emergency repairs in late 2008 on the most damaged sections of I-795 in northern Wayne County, at a cost of $483,746. I-795 began cracking up in the spring of 2007, just 16 months after traffic started rolling on the 18-mile freeway. The asphalt was supposed to be good for 15 years.