The Michigan Department of Transportation (M-DOT) says it will be making repairs on I-94, I-696, I-75 and Woodward Avenue this summer.
The leader of the state Senate has tabled a proposal to raise vehicle registration fees as a way to raise money to fix the roads.
Under a six-measure package introduced by Republicans on Wednesday, the gasoline tax would nearly double and registration fees for cars and pickup trucks would rise 80 percent.
Michigan is in jeopardy of losing more than 700 million dollars in federal road funding.
With Michigan’s roads and highways showing the signs of age, some Lansing lawmakers are suggesting the idea of increasing the gas tax to raise more money.