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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TRIP Report: ADDITIONAL TRANSPORTATION FUNDING PROVIDED BY THE INFRASTRUCTURE INVESTMENT & JOBS ACT ALLOWS FOR NEEDED IMPROVEMENTS TO U.S. ROADS, BRIDGES & TRANSIT; DESPITE ADDITIONAL FUNDING, INCREASED AND SUSTAINED REVENUE REQUIRED TO MAKE NEEDED IMPROVEMENTS

Despite the increase in transportation funding provided by the passage of the bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA) in November 2021, the nation’s roads, bridges and transit systems remain significantly underfunded and will require increased investment for needed improvements and repairs. […]

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