Category Archives: Transportation

Sleeping Bear Dune path construction resumes this week

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Construction of a non-motorized path at Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore is scheduled to this week.
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Transportation Infrastructure meeting leaves members hopeful

MABA logo BrownMichigan roads may see less agricultural traffic if transportation infrastructure plans continue to move forward. Read more

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Michigan wins best new license plate

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Michigan drivers may have spotted a new state license plate on the road lately.
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Parts of I-75, I-475 to close tonight in Genesee County

sw_RoadClosed_ncpx0034Sections of I-75 and I-475 will be closed in parts of Genesee and Oakland counties Monday night, as crews replace utility lines that were downed during Saturday’s severe weather outbreak.
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Some prominent Democrats skeptical about proposal to fix roads


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A state House Republican plan to fix Michigan’s crumbling infrastructure is drawing criticism from some prominent Democrats.
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Winter conditions inflict lasting budgetary problems

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Exceptionally harsh winter conditions from this year will continue to impact county road commissions as the weather warms up.
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Speaker rolls out new roads plan

DSC07421In Lansing, Republicans have rolled out a new plan to pay for fixing and maintaining roads and bridges.
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At least one top Republican in Legislature thinks roads fix coming soon


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A top Republican in the state Senate thinks a long-term fix for Michigan’s roads could be coming sooner than expected.
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Public group asks for a study on planned Canada train closure

TrainGroupWith less than a month left until the train stops running, a working group in Canada is asking for an impact study.
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Calley signs road funding bill

La Fonda Overcrossing being taken down during Highway 1 widening.A new mid-year state budget bill will spend 215 (m) million dollars on road construction and maintenance. We have more from Michigan Public Radio’s Rick Pluta.
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