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1 Michigan’s Road Commissions January 25, 2006 Legacy And Mission Michigan Townships Association

2 January 25, 2006 Michigan Townships Association 2006 Annual Educational Conference Road Commissions: Born to Serve and Save Created in 1909 with 2 Goals: Uniformity of standards Construction Maintenance Economic efficiencies Economies of scale

3 January 25, 2006 Michigan Townships Association 2006 Annual Educational Conference Road Commissions: Save money Standardize road work Efficiently provide safe and convenient roads. Established to:

4 January 25, 2006 Michigan Townships Association 2006 Annual Educational Conference no Have no taxing authority no Receive no direct revenue from property taxes Receive most of their funds from fuel taxes and vehicle registration fees Road Commissions:

5 January 25, 2006 Michigan Townships Association 2006 Annual Educational Conference Responsibility McNittAct McNitt Act of 1931, and Act 51 require Public Act 51 of 1951 require all public roads Michigan county road commissions to be responsible for all public roads (exclusive of Federal and State roadways) outside incorporated cities and villages.

6 January 25, 2006 Michigan Townships Association 2006 Annual Educational Conference public roads the county road system This collection of public roads (including the associated bridges and culverts) is called the county road system. County Road System

7 January 25, 2006 Michigan Townships Association 2006 Annual Educational Conference 3 Jurisdictions: State (MDOT)

8 January 25, 2006 Michigan Townships Association 2006 Annual Educational Conference 3 Jurisdictions: Cities and Villages

9 January 25, 2006 Michigan Townships Association 2006 Annual Educational Conference 3 Jurisdictions: Road Commissions

10 January 25, 2006 Michigan Townships Association 2006 Annual Educational Conference Primary Roads Roads that connect points of traffic interest. “Mile-type” roads. Provide mobility more than access. Local Roads All other public roads are local. Lesser mile-type roads and subdivision streets Provide access more than mobility County Road System

11 January 25, 2006 Michigan Townships Association 2006 Annual Educational Conference Primary Roads Davison Rd. Linden Rd. Mt. Morris Rd. Grand Blanc Rd. Clio Rd.

12 January 25, 2006 Michigan Townships Association 2006 Annual Educational Conference Local Roads Cook Rd. Frances Rd. McCandlish Rd. Duffield Rd. Calkins Rd.

13 January 25, 2006 Michigan Townships Association 2006 Annual Educational Conference State Trunklines I-75, I-475, I-69 US-23 M-15, M-54 Dort Hwy.

14 January 25, 2006 Michigan Townships Association 2006 Annual Educational Conference required are required to maintain primary and local roads as “reasonably safe and convenient for travel”. Road Commissions:

15 January 25, 2006 Michigan Townships Association 2006 Annual Educational Conference This obligation includes: Winter Maintenance

16 January 25, 2006 Michigan Townships Association 2006 Annual Educational Conference Pothole Patching Winter Maintenance This obligation includes:

17 January 25, 2006 Michigan Townships Association 2006 Annual Educational Conference Crack Sealing Winter Maintenance Pothole Patching This obligation includes:

18 January 25, 2006 Michigan Townships Association 2006 Annual Educational Conference Paving Winter Maintenance Pothole Patching Crack Sealing This obligation includes:

19 January 25, 2006 Michigan Townships Association 2006 Annual Educational Conference Ditching Winter Maintenance Pothole Patching Crack Sealing Paving This obligation includes:

20 January 25, 2006 Michigan Townships Association 2006 Annual Educational Conference Mowing Winter Maintenance Pothole Patching Crack Sealing Paving Ditching This obligation includes:

21 January 25, 2006 Michigan Townships Association 2006 Annual Educational Conference Gravel Road Maintenance Winter Maintenance Pothole Patching Crack Sealing Paving Ditching Mowing This obligation includes:

22 January 25, 2006 Michigan Townships Association 2006 Annual Educational Conference Signs and Signals Winter Maintenance Pothole Patching Crack Sealing Paving Ditching Mowing Gravel Road Maintenance This obligation includes:

23 January 25, 2006 Michigan Townships Association 2006 Annual Educational Conference Sweeping Winter Maintenance Pothole Patching Crack Sealing Paving Ditching Mowing Gravel Road Maintenance Signs and Signals This obligation includes: (and a lot more)

24 January 25, 2006 Michigan Townships Association 2006 Annual Educational Conference Statewide, Road Commissions maintain: 26,779 miles of Primary Roads 63,261 miles of Local Roads 4,962 bridges 64 of 82 road commissions maintain State Trunkline miles

25 January 25, 2006 Michigan Townships Association 2006 Annual Educational Conference Activity Cost per mile Single Chip and Seal $9,000 Double Chip and Seal $18,000 2” Asphalt Resurfacing $70,000 3” Asphalt Resurfacing $110,000 2” Asphalt Resurfacing (curbed) $125,000 Ditching, Grading and Paving $500,000 Road work is expensive!

26 January 25, 2006 Michigan Townships Association 2006 Annual Educational Conference

27 January 25, 2006 Michigan Townships Association 2006 Annual Educational Conference

28 January 25, 2006 Michigan Townships Association 2006 Annual Educational Conference

29 January 25, 2006 Michigan Townships Association 2006 Annual Educational Conference 20 Year History of the Gas Tax Raised from 11 to 13 cents/gallon in 1983 Raised to 15 cents/gallon in 1984 Raised to 19 cents/gallon in 1997

30 January 25, 2006 Michigan Townships Association 2006 Annual Educational Conference Per Capita State & Local Expenditures (Michigan’s Rank in the Nation) Expenditures Health Education Welfare Roads

31 January 25, 2006 Michigan Townships Association 2006 Annual Educational Conference

32 January 25, 2006 Michigan Townships Association 2006 Annual Educational Conference 3 Jurisdictions State (MDOT) 8% of mileage 39% of MTF Funding*

33 January 25, 2006 Michigan Townships Association 2006 Annual Educational Conference 3 Jurisdictions Cities and Villages 17% of mileage 21% of MTF Funding*

34 January 25, 2006 Michigan Townships Association 2006 Annual Educational Conference 3 Jurisdictions Road Commissions 75% of mileage 39% of MTF Funding*

35 January 25, 2006 Michigan Townships Association 2006 Annual Educational Conference

36 January 25, 2006 Michigan Townships Association 2006 Annual Educational Conference Transportation Economic Development Fund (TEDF) Enacted in 1987 Created to fund projects supporting economic growth Mission: Help state compete in global market Serve as catalyst for economic growth Improve quality of life Eligible agencies: MDOT, county road commissions, cities & villages

37 January 25, 2006 Michigan Townships Association 2006 Annual Educational Conference TEDF Categories: CategoryDescription FY ‘05 $ Projects tied to target industry development or redevelopment Improve local rd. to become trunkline (category eliminated) Congestion reduction, urban Create rural allseason network Developcommercial forests Road improvements in rural cities A B C D E F $17.9M $16.3M $17.3M $ 5.0M $ 2.5M

38 January 25, 2006 Michigan Townships Association 2006 Annual Educational Conference Roads: Still a high priority with voters Despite the recession, a recent Detroit News poll ranked roads the No. 3 priority for Michigan’s voters. Road condition and congestion were cited as the reasons.

39 January 25, 2006 Michigan Townships Association 2006 Annual Educational Conference Inadequate funding for improvement of road system Limited labor pool Escalating cost of petroleum and petroleum by-products Challenges

40 January 25, 2006 Michigan Townships Association 2006 Annual Educational Conference Just in Time Delivery/Inventory Joint-Purchasing with Local Units Geographic Information Systems E-Commerce and web-based transactions Opportunities

41 January 25, 2006 Michigan Townships Association 2006 Annual Educational Conference A little about CRAM…

42 January 25, 2006 Michigan Townships Association 2006 Annual Educational Conference County Road Association of Michigan Represents the interests of Michigan's 83 county road agencies Promotes efficiency in the county road systems through the cooperative efforts of its members Activities/services Education Legislative advocacy Consulting services Data warehousing Networking through conferences and annual meetings

43 January 25, 2006 Michigan Townships Association 2006 Annual Educational Conference CRAM Affiliate Organizations Upper Peninsula Road Builders Association Northern Michigan Association of Road Commissions Association of Southern Michigan Road Commissions Association of County Road Superintendents of Michigan Urban Association of Road Commissions

44 January 25, 2006 Michigan Townships Association 2006 Annual Educational Conference County Road Association of Michigan 417 Seymour St. Suite One Lansing MI (517) (517) Contact us:

45 January 25, 2006 Michigan Townships Association 2006 Annual Educational Conference

46 Michigan’s Road Commissions January 25, 2006 Legacy And Mission Michigan Townships Association Questions??


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