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#MITransportation Month of Action

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Proposal 1 is dead, but the transportation funding question remains

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May Ballot Sets Precedent for Michigan’s Future

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2014 Year In Review Part II: Michigan Transportation Innovations

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The Michigan Transportation Funding Debate And What It Means For You

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Senate Looks to Increase Funding for Michigan’s Complete Transportation System

The legislature made progress this week toward increasing funding for Michigan’s comprehensive transportation system. Trans4Mers from across the state traveled to Lansing on Tuesday, May 20 to testify at the Senate Infrastructure Modernization committee meeting about the importance of increasing…

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Bolger Road Funding Plan Leaves out Public Transportation

On one hand, House Speaker Jase Bolger’s (R-Marshall) $450 million road funding proposal is a step forward in breaking through the transportation funding gridlock that has immobilized the legislature in recent years. However, in bypassing the traditional funding formula, the…

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Getting On-board :: November Events

Here at Trans4M we are welcoming November with open arms in anticipation of a couple exciting coalition events! You might say our theme for November is advocacy – giving you helpful tools and opportunities to make working with your elected…

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Cost of Kicking the Transportation Funding Can Down the Road: $5 Billion

Big Fix Remains Elusive For Committee Members Transportation funding conversations picked up again on Wednesday, October 23 with a presentation by Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) Director Kirk Steudle. Speaking to a joint meeting of the House Transportation and Infrastructure…

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Transportation Funding Plans: Which Plan Does What?

Late last week, David Zin, chief economist at the Michigan Senate Fiscal Agency presented a packet of revenue implications of transportation funding proposals to the Senate Infrastructure Modernization committee.  More or less, this was an unofficial sequel to Bill Hamilton’s…

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