FACT: One-third of all fatal and serious traffic crashes are due at least in part to poor road conditions.

Category: Studies


Voters Across the State Overwhelmingly Approve Road Funding

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12th August

MITA press release regarding successful primary election road funding results.



Days to Pass Road Funding

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28th July

 


Statewide Bridge Rankings Released

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6th May

A statewide analysis of bridge data indicates 1 in 4 Michigan bridges are structurally deficient or functionally obsolete.



Michigan Road Crisis Update: Cost to Fix Michigan Roads is Now Nearly $2.2 Billion and Rising

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20th March

A new report released this week by a former state representative highlights what it will cost to maintain Michigan’s roads and bridges due to legislative inaction.



Michigan Asset Management Council: 2011 Annual Report

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21st February

The condition of Michigan’s roads continued to deteriorate in 2011, and this trend will continue without additional funding.



Report: Michigan residents favor public investments, not tax cuts, to create jobs

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20th February

Investing in public goods — like the state’s roadways and infrastructure — should be a priority for state government, Michigan residents say.



Michigan’s unique truck-weight law

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28th January

The Michigan Department of Transportation believes that Michigan’s truck weight law is based on sound research and results in less highway damage and improved safety relative to federal weight law.



Economic Impact and Policy Analysis of Four Michigan Transportation Investment Proposals

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9th June

Anderson Economic Group: “Overall, we find that the quality of Michigan’s roads will decline rapidly if more funding is not raised for additional repairs and maintenance.”



TRIP: Where Are We Going?

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9th March

This report shows Michigan bridges have significant deficiencies with approximately one-in-eight of the state’s bridges rated structurally deficient



Michigan’s Road Crisis: What Will It Cost to Maintain Our Roads and Bridges?

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19th September

Unless additional funding is available to maintain our roads, they are projected to get much worse.






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!

Metro Detroit Floods Expose Underinvestment in Infrastructure
August 13, 2014
Detroit Floods: Persistent underinvestment in infrastructure has dire consequences.
Voters Across the State Overwhelmingly Approve Road Funding
August 12, 2014
MITA press release regarding successful primary election road funding results.
Election 2014: Voters Obviously Willing To Pay More For Roads
August 11, 2014
Voters last week were generous with regard to approving local road funding.
Local Communities Place Road Work Millages On August Ballot
July 28, 2014
Road millages are on the ballot in communities across the state next week.
How to Avoid Potholes
July 22, 2014
A clever, to the point video, that also references the TRIP report.
State Officials Need To Act On Michigan Roads
July 21, 2014
This opinion page piece from the Midland Daily News takes the Michigan Legislature to task for their inaction on road funding.
New TRIP Report: Michigan Among States With 30% or More Major Rural Roads in Disrepair
July 10, 2014
A new national report shows that 32 percent of rural roads in Michigan are in poor condition.