Michigan sees soaring road costs due to deferred maintenance

07/7/2008 | Associated Construction Publications

Michigan needs $6.6 billion in road and infrastructure repairs, according to a government-appointed committee, an increase of almost $3 billion in just three years. The Michigan Asset Management Council says the sharp rise is due to simple repairs that have been deferred and now require more elaborate rebuilding. The group says $1 spent on maintenance saves $4 to $6 in reconstruction costs.

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