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

Gov. Snyder pushes lawmakers to act on road plan


Posted on March 6th, by Michigan Transportation Team in Latest News, News and Blog. Comments Off

Michigan Public Radio reports that Gov. Snyder is urging legislators to “adopt a plan to raise more than a billion dollars in new revenue for roads and transportation projects.”

“Obviously, there are pros and cons to any approach. There are no perfect answers, but there are good answers that should be possible out of this,” said Snyder.

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