2019 County Road Investment Plan
The County Road Association (CRA) of Michigan has released the Michigan County Road Investment Plan, which provides a realistic picture for restoring the 75% of Michigan roads and 52% of bridges under county jurisdiction.
The Michigan County Road Investment Plan of 2019 concluded:
• The statewide target investment for the 90,000-mile, 5,700-bridge local network is $3.6 billion annually.
• Of that total, $1.6 billion is already directed to county roads through FY 2019, including legislatively-appropriated income tax dollars and increased annual gas tax and vehicle registration fees through FY 2019. This means a $2 billion additional annual investment is required to achieve county road goals.
CRA has established the same restoration goal for county roads as the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) is utilizing:
• 90% good/fair on federal aid-eligible roads by 2029, which have an average rating of 45% good/fair across all counties.
• 60% good/fair on local, nonfederal aid-eligible roads by 2029, which have an average rating of 36% across all counties.
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County Road Association releases analysis of county infrastructure needs. 2019 Michigan County Road Investment Plan concludes $2 billion additional annual investment needed for county road, bridge network
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