Thirty-one and a half percent of Michigan roads rank as poor – with 34.1 percent fair and 34.4 percent good in the study by TRIP and USA Today.
… if the airline industry experienced as many deaths as there are on the roadways, 35,000 a year, airlines would be shut down.
MDOT Tuesday is mourning the loss of a Courtesy Patrol worker who was struck by a car while on the job last week.
So how are this summer’s road projects coming along? Pretty good – that’s according to Michigan Department of Transportation Spokesman Rob Morosi, who says road reconstruction is somewhat like putting together a jigsaw puzzle.