Legislative inaction on road funding is costing Michigan taxpayers $2.7 million per day.
This annual report, which was released in May 2014, highlights the cost of legislative inaction on roads on page 24. According to the report, the cost has risen from $1.75 billion in 2013 to $2.81 billion in 2014. That equals …
MITA press release regarding successful primary election road funding results.
A statewide analysis of bridge data indicates 1 in 4 Michigan bridges are structurally deficient or functionally obsolete.
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.
The condition of Michigan’s roads continued to deteriorate in 2011, and this trend will continue without additional funding.
Investing in public goods — like the state’s roadways and infrastructure — should be a priority for state government, Michigan residents say.
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.