As the state of Michigan looks to improve its infrastructure — roads and bridges — a team of Michigan State University researchers think they may have one solution.
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Most Americans who traveled during this Thanksgiving holiday came face to face with an American reality: while there is much to be thankful for, our infrastructure is not one of those things.
Gov. Rick Snyder has signed legislation that will allow county boards of commissioners to dissolve and take over duties of county road commissions in Michigan.
A package of bills soon to be introduced in the Michigan Legislature is expected to propose higher vehicle registration fees and tax changes to raise more money for road repairs.
Governor Rick Snyder said if drivers want better roads and bridges, they better be prepared to pay for them.
Gov. Rick Snyder is unveiling his plan to eliminate the 19-cent gas tax and replace it with a wholesale fuel price, and grant local communities more control over their roads.
Governor Rick Snyder this week will unveil his road map for making Michigan’s roads better. This follows a new report this week that showed the state’s infrastructure is failing.
Michigan is still not making the grade after receiving an overall D grade for infrastructure two years ago, the Michigan Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers announced Monday.
Included in President Obama’s “American Jobs Act” is a proposal to spend $50 billion on road and bridge projects.