Leaders agree more than a billion dollars is needed to fix the roads. At issue is how much of a tax increase residents should pay.
The top issue for Gov. Rick Snyder and legislative leaders remains a potential tax increase to boost road funding.
It’s crunch time for Michigan lawmakers to reach a deal to address deteriorating roads and bridges.
The Republican-led Senate recently voted to more than double Michigan’s 19-cents-a-gallon gas tax to boost road funding.
The $70-million reconstruction project of I-75 through Saginaw County is has been completed.
Michigan lawmakers have three weeks left in their lame-duck session to enact a potentially wide-ranging assortment of bills.
Legislative leaders are considering a possible tax hike before year’s end to improve the condition of roads.
Could scrap tires hold the answers needed to fix Michigan’s crumbling roads?
The idea is that by reducing Washington’s middleman role, money would be saved through less “red tape” and bureaucracy. Land estimates savings of up to 20 percent.
With temperatures in the 80s, who’s thinking about winter road salt? Road agencies are – and they’re seeing higher prices.