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Memo 1085, ( February 2008 ) 14 pages

Improving the Efficiency of Michigan’s Highway Revenue Sharing Formula

Michigan’s state highway funding formula, which has changed only slightly since its adoption in 1951 fails to take into account highway use in distributing dollars to counties, instead using mileage. As a result, highway funding is skewed toward lesser traveled rural roads at the expense of heavily traveled urban routes.
Memo 1085, ( February 2008 ) 14 pages

Improving the Efficiency of Michigan’s Highway Revenue Sharing Formula

Michigan’s state highway funding formula, which has changed only slightly since its adoption in 1951 fails to take into account highway use in distributing dollars to counties, instead using mileage. As a result, highway funding is skewed toward lesser traveled rural roads at the expense of heavily traveled urban routes.

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