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    Snow Plows Need Room to Groom

    The County Road Association of Michigan and the Michigan Department of Transportation unveiled a joint-education effort aimed at urging motorists to remember good driving habits in winter weather conditions. Road crews put their lives on the line every day to keep Michigan's roads safe for everyone. Motorists must remember to drive with caution no matter how much salt we use or how often the roads are plowed. Click here for the media release. Click here for winter photos.

    Recent Press Releases

    Legislature approves funds to patch the potholes winter has left in road agency budgets

    Seasonal Weight Restrictions Return

    County road agencies applaud passage of $100 million winter road supplemental by Michigan Senate

    Avoid the "Second Shovel"

    Road agencies renew call for high priority on road funding in state budget

    Frustrations with winter weather leads to unsafe behaviors

    County road agencies see maintenance funds dwindle due to harsh winter

    Local roads benefit from state transportation grants

    CRAM Names New Executive Director

    CRAM Announces Shake Your Mailbox Day 2013

    Work Zone Ahead, Hang Up and Drive - National Work Zone Awareness Week

    2013-14 President and Officers

    Transportation Report Shows Cost of Legislative Inaction

    CRAM Applauds Gov. Snyder's Commitment To Michigan Roads

    Captain Safety Warns of Dangers of Distracted Driving

    CRAM Recognizes Best Practices

    CRAM Applauds Governor Snyder's Commitment to Michigan Roads (2012)

    CRAM Position on Consolidation Surprises

    Congress Considers Cuts to Local Bridge Funding

    Transportation Report Says Legislative Inaction Cost Michigan Taxpayers $1.1 Billion in Two Years

    CRAM shows legislators the cost of inaction


    Returning to the Stone Age: County Road Agencies suffer from a lack of funding

    Transportation Funding Needs Real Solutions

    State of County Roads

    White Papers

    County Road Commission Consolidation Talking Points

    County Road Commission Reforms and Efficiencies

    County Road Commission Best Practices

    Related Publications

    Michigan's Road-Funding Dilemma, provided by the Transportation Committee of the Oakland County Business Roundtable

    A Quick Guide to Roads & Road Funding In Michigan

    Michigan's County Road Commissions: Driving Our Economy Forward

    A Report on Michigans Transportation Needs and Funding Alternatives

    Citizens Advisory Council Report Michigans Roads in Crisis

    Citizens Advisory Council Supplemental Two-Reforms and Efficiencies

    Citizens Advisory Council Supplemental Three-Additional Efficiencies

    CRAM News

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    Michigan's county road agencies are working to improve roads to accommodate
    commercial vehicles, but increasing costs and declining
    revenues delay these costly improvements. To learn more about
    county road agency's funding needs, click here

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