Just like California, Michigan is becoming famous for, among other things, its bad roads. In terms of road funding, Michigan has ranked in the bottom nine states in the nation since at least 1964. Could that be at least PART of the problem? Why do other states have such great roads and Michigan doesn't? How has the COVID-19 pandemic made roads and highways even more important than ever?
Senior Communications Manager for the Oakland County Road Commission, Craig Bryson, joins Sean Sparkman to answer these and other questions that Michigan taxpayers have been asking for a long time.
And, folks in other states might want to pay attention as well. Because chances are, your roads are crummy for the same reasons!