Study - MI Highways 34th in Nation in Cost-Effectiveness and Road Condition
Sat, 15 Jan 2022 06:02:31 EST


Michigans highway system worsened by 10 spots and now ranks 34th in the nation in road conditions and cost-effectiveness, according to the Annual Highway Report published by Reason Foundation.

In safety and performance categories, Michigan ranks 46th in traffic congestion, 45th in urban Interstate pavement condition, 43rd in structurally deficient bridges, 42nd in rural Interstate pavement condition, and 14th in overall fatality rate.

On spending, Michigan spends almost 93 thousand ($92,547) per mile of state-controlled road, ranking 32nd in total spending per mile. Michigan’s state-controlled highway mileage makes it the 25th largest highway system in the country.


   




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