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#MITransportation Month of Action

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Highway Trust Fund: Here We Are Again

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2014 Year In Review Part I: The Fight For Transportation Funding

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Highway Trust Fund Saved. For Now.

In the final moments leading up to the August summer recess Congress passed a piece of legislation to stop the insolvency of the Highway Trust Fund, which would have begun to affect road and transit projects across the nation as early as August 1st. Read more…

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The federal transportation funding debate: what’s going on and why it matters for Michigan

The potential insolvency of the Federal Highway Trust Fund (HTF) looms heavy over Michigan’s already troubled transportation system. The HTF is primarily financed by the 18.4-cent-per-gallon federal fuel tax and makes up about one third of Michigan’s total transportation budget….

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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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Trans4M Members Discuss Alternative for Transportation Funding  

Trans4M Member groups collaborated with legislators and officials from the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) today at a policy briefing to discuss the idea of a mileage-based fee to fund transportation in Michigan. The briefing served as the public release…

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