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MDOT Reality Check #2: More Road Salt Isn’t Always Better

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20th November

MDOT Reality Check #2: More Salt Please!



November 2014 Local Road Tax Election Results

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19th November

Just a reminder to us all that the public is willing to invest in our roads and bridges.



MDOT Myth Debunking Videos

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19th November

MDOT’s Reality Check videos debunk myths surrounding road funding.



Michigan Senate Approves Gas Tax Hike For Long-Term Road Funding

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14th November

The Michigan Senate approved a gas tax hike, which now goes to the House for consideration.



Local Communities Doing Their Part To Fund Michigan Roads; 28 Counties, Numerous Cities, Villages Now Have Road Millages

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12th November

The County Road Association of Michigan is calling on the Legislature to do its part to fund transportation.



Local Roads Matter Coalition Issues Call to Action: Now is the Time to Fix Our Roads

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5th November

The Local Roads Matter Coalition issued a call to action today for Michigan legislators: Now is the time to fix our roads.



Tough Tactics Needed to Pass Road Funding

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28th October

A reporter hit a giant pothole on her way to conduct an interview about pressing issues, like funding for road repairs.



Michigan Radio: Get Ready For More Potholes This Spring

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21st October

Legislative inaction on road funding means another horrendous pothole season ahead.



Survey Highlights Public Misconception Regarding Gas Taxes

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13th October

A recent survey highlights public misconception regarding gas taxes and shows that they want more investment in roads.



Roads top priority to come out of 2014 West Michigan Policy Forum

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3rd October

The mandate from the 2014 West Michigan Policy Forum: Fix the Roads with increased investment!






Latest News and Blog Posts

Come back frequently for the latest news on Michigan's roads crisis, along with blog posts from members of our coalition and others who agree: just fix the roads now!

MDOT Reality Check #2: More Road Salt Isn’t Always Better
November 20, 2014
MDOT Reality Check #2: More Salt Please!
November 2014 Local Road Tax Election Results
November 19, 2014
Just a reminder to us all that the public is willing to invest in our roads and bridges.
MDOT Myth Debunking Videos

MDOT's Reality Check videos debunk myths surrounding road funding.
Michigan Senate Approves Gas Tax Hike For Long-Term Road Funding
November 14, 2014
The Michigan Senate approved a gas tax hike, which now goes to the House for consideration.
Local Communities Doing Their Part To Fund Michigan Roads; 28 Counties, Numerous Cities, Villages Now Have Road Millages
November 12, 2014
The County Road Association of Michigan is calling on the Legislature to do its part to fund transportation.
Local Roads Matter Coalition Issues Call to Action: Now is the Time to Fix Our Roads
November 5, 2014
The Local Roads Matter Coalition issued a call to action today for Michigan legislators: Now is the time to fix our roads.
Tough Tactics Needed to Pass Road Funding
October 28, 2014
A reporter hit a giant pothole on her way to conduct an interview about pressing issues, like funding for road repairs.