Michigan's Republican-led Legislature has sent a long-term road funding plan to Governor Snyder's desk.
The House passed a sweeping roads plan that raises the gax tax and registration fees.
Michigan House Speaker says a plan for road funding is on pace to hit the floor this month.
States are doing what they can to raise road funding.
The Senate plan for roads will phase in an increased gas tax over three years.
The House recently passed legislation to help fund roads, and the Senate has pledged to work during the summer to come up with a transportation funding plan.
A new state road funding plan has been proposed by the Speaker of the House.
State Superintendent Mike Flanagan told hundreds of local school superintendents that he is supporting Proposal 1.
The bipartisan plan to fix Michigan's roads, will also help transit, schools, local governments, and provide tax relief for lower-income Michigan residents.
Michigan's future prosperity requires a Yes Vote on May 5!