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Legislative inaction on road funding is costing Michigan taxpayers $2.7 million per day.
It shouldn’t surprise us: lack of investment in infrastructure has resulted in an massive increase in pothole claims to the state.
SEMCOG urges legislative action on Michigan’s roads
The Michigan Legislature needs to pay attention to Michigan road funding, not wolves, according to this editorial by the Detroit Free Press.
State and local road agencies are bracing for a massive increase in salt prices this year as they prepare for winter.
After essentially taking the summer off to campaign, leaders have thrown up their hands on roads, which voters say is their No. 1 issue.
Detroit Floods: Persistent underinvestment in infrastructure has dire consequences.
MITA press release regarding successful primary election road funding results.
Voters last week were generous with regard to approving local road funding.
Road millages are on the ballot in communities across the state next week.