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Report 321, ( May 1997 ) 74 pages

Michigan Highway Finance and Governance

Discusses the appropriate level of funding, allocation of dollars between the state and local units, and the administrative structure responsible for highway construction and maintenance. (For ease of use and downloading, this document has been broken into 6 sections) Section 1 — Tables of Contents, Charts and Tables and the Executive Summary, pages i – vi [147,509 bytes] Section 2 — Introduction, pages 1 – 13 [129,675 bytes] Section 3 — Revenue Issues, pages 14 – 36 [449,834 bytes] Section 4 — Jurisdictional Control and Prioritizing Highway Needs, pages 37-49 [121,013 bytes] Section 5 — Physical Structure and Administrative Issues, pages 50 – 63 [112,669 bytes] Section 6 — State Highway-User Tax Allocation and the Conclusion, pages 64 – 74 [237,799 bytes]
Report 321, ( May 1997 ) 74 pages

Michigan Highway Finance and Governance

Discusses the appropriate level of funding, allocation of dollars between the state and local units, and the administrative structure responsible for highway construction and maintenance. (For ease of use and downloading, this document has been broken into 6 sections) Section 1 — Tables of Contents, Charts and Tables and the Executive Summary, pages i – vi [147,509 bytes] Section 2 — Introduction, pages 1 – 13 [129,675 bytes] Section 3 — Revenue Issues, pages 14 – 36 [449,834 bytes] Section 4 — Jurisdictional Control and Prioritizing Highway Needs, pages 37-49 [121,013 bytes] Section 5 — Physical Structure and Administrative Issues, pages 50 – 63 [112,669 bytes] Section 6 — State Highway-User Tax Allocation and the Conclusion, pages 64 – 74 [237,799 bytes]

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