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MONROE COUNTY ROAD COMMISSION

"The Monroe County Road Commission vows to provide quality, courteous and dependable professional services through innovative, cost-effective ways to maintain our road system through transparency, trust and collaboration between citizens, business and government."
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PUBLIC NOTICE

The Seasonal Weight and Speed Restrictions on roads under Monroe County
Road Commissions’ jurisdiction under Public Act 300 of 1949 of the
Michigan Vehicle Code will go into effect at 12:00 p.m., Friday, March 7,
2014. You can obtain a complete listing of restricted and non-restricted
roads
Seasonal Weight Restrictions
The Seasonal Weight and Speed Restrictions on roads under Monroe County
Road Commissions’ jurisdiction under Public Act 300 of 1949 of the
Michigan Vehicle Code will go into effect at 12:00 p.m., Friday, March 7,
2014. You can obtain a complete listing of restricted and non-restricted
roads
  • Seasonal Weight Restrictions

The Seasonal Weight and Speed Restrictions on roads under Monroe County Road Commission’s jurisdiction under Public Act 300 of 1949 of the Michigan Vehicle Code will be lifted at 8:00 a.m. on Monday, April 21, 2014.  Posted April 15, 2014

The Seasonal Weight and Speed Restrictions on roads under Monroe County Road Commissions’ jurisdiction under Public Act 300 of 1949 of the Michigan Vehicle Code will go into effect at 12:00 p.m., Friday, March 7, 2014. You can obtain a complete listing of restricted roads here.



 WEEKLY ROAD WATCH REPORT


The 2014 Construction season is starting, a few items have been added to the list for the week of April 7, 2014, please use the link below to see what is going on in your area.


A brief description of the current week’s work that the Monroe County Road Commission oversees can be found in The Weekly Road Watch Report, you may also be interested to see what is planned throughout the summer construction season by visiting our Construction Projects page.

 


DEVELOPERS STREAMLINING GUIDE

STREAMLINING THE DEVELOPMENT PROCESS IN MONROE COUNTY

To better serve the development community the Monroe County Economic Development Corporation has facilitated the creation of a guide that will “streamline the development processes” within Monroe County thus saving precious time, money and effort in getting projects up and running in the shortest possible time in our communities.

 
 
This Streamlining Guide is a partnership between all the county agencies (including the Monroe County Road Commission), authorities, municipalities and others that may become involved with the planning, permitting, construction and assistance in project developments here in Monroe County.

A recent development which was an outgrowth of the original publication of this document is the adoption of a Memorandum of Understanding between the Monroe County Road Commission and the Monroe County Drain Commission. This agreement was specifically designed to streamline and speed up the review of development proposals by these agencies.


ASSET CONDITION DASHBOARD

  • The Michigan Transportation Asset Management Council has developed a dashboard showing the various conditions of Michigan Roads, please use this link to the DASHBOARD in order to access a variety of data based on time, jurisdiction and asset type.

SPECIAL INFORMATION


  • Michigan Local Roads Matter is a diverse coalition of groups from across Michigan joined in recognition that local road and bridge network is critical to business and economic development, to schools, to emergency response times and public safety, to seniors, to healthcare, to families, to agriculture, to tourism, to revitalization, to the economy, to every Michigan resident.

Summary: Deficient roadways cost Detroit area drivers $1,600 annually, Lansing area drivers $1,032 annually, and Grand Rapids area drivers $1,027 annually for a total of $7.7 billion statewide.  Costs will rise and transportation woes will worsen without a significant funding boost

  

This presentation explains some of the Road Commissions duties, funding sources, breakdown of funding allocations, telling statistics and challenges the Road Commissions face in their day to day operations. Click this link to view the presentation: Michigan County Road Commissions.
 
  • WHAT IS THE DRIVE MI CAMPAIGN?
With transportation needs increasing and available funding not able to keep pace with the growing demands of the state’s transportation network, the Drive MI Campaign represents a comprehensive strategy for fully funding Michigan's transportation system in the 21st century. The Drive MI Campaign is fully supported by the Michigan Transportation Team (MTT) - a partnership of businesses, associations and citizens linked with the common goal of improving Michigan's transportation infrastructure.  For more information see Drive Mi.

 

  • SEMSCOPE WINTER 2007:
 A citizens' guide to transportation funding - 30 critical questions that you need to know the answers to. For information see SEMscope.