MICHIGAN’S DEFICIENT TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM COSTS THE AVERAGE MICHIGAN HOUSEHOLD $4,845 ANNUALLY ACCORDING TO NEW REPORT; FUTURE HOUSEHOLD COSTS AND THE CONDITION OF THE SYSTEM WILL DEPEND ON THE AMOUNT OF AVAILABLE TRANSPORTATION FUNDING 

The level of future investment in Michigan’s roads, highways and bridges will have a significant impact on the quality of life of the state’s residents and the state’s future economic growth and competitiveness. According to a new report released today by TRIP, a […]

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Tom Ewing’s Regulatory Update

Animal Farm

* Bats to Mince-Meat County: If you’re a bat living in Ford County, IL, you got your walking papers on Tuesday last week. And don’t think about flying over to nearby Logan County because your cousins there got a similar evict […]

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Tom Ewing’s Regulatory Update

* A plague of wokists! Whoa – were you on DOE’s weird virtual meeting about ethane last week? Does the DOE team think there’s more ‘street fightin’ man (person) action over at EPA’s turf? Seems like it. Luckily this was a virtual meeting because […]

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Tom Ewing’s Regulatory Update

New DOT leadership: Mayor Pete was sworn in as DOT’s new Secretary on February 3.  An AP report said he wants imaginative, bold, forward thinking and that DOT needs to take on a vital mission to rebuild America’s infrastructure and foster equality.  One […]

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Tom Ewing’s Regulatory Update

Energy/Tech: NIST – the National Institute of Standards and Technology, part of the Department of Commerce, announced last week the latest iteration of NIST’s “Framework and Roadmap for Smart Grid Interoperability Standards, Release 4.0.”  NIST seeks public review and comment.  In fact, […]

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