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.
Michigan officials have announced how $115 million of extra funding for shovel-ready road and bridge projects across the state will be spent.
The Republican-written spending plan affects many corners of life — from how much it costs to attend a university to how many state troopers patrol the highways.
More calls for State lawmakers to cut their summer break and get back to work on a plan to fix Michigan’s crumbling roads and bridges.
While most city trash bins are dutifully lined up along the street, one serves as a warning of an impending sinkhole for residential drivers.
Late-night wrangling over hiking taxes to improve roads overshadowed Michigan lawmakers’ final days in Lansing before they broke for much of the summer.
Michigan spends less per driver on roads than any other state, yet also has some of the country’s highest taxes at the pump.