Rich Studley

Blog | September 02, 2019
Federal Grant for Michigan’s Mound Road Shows Drivers Not Living Their Best Lives on State’s Failing Infrastructure

Part One of a Two-Part Series If incontrovertible evidence is needed that America’s transportation infrastructure is decaying, one need look no farther than Michigan, a destination state in the Great Lakes region whose success is also rooted in manufacturing and agribusiness. Michigan residents have faced the highest car insurance rates

Blog | October 16, 2019
Michigan Chamber Exec Says Scarcity of State & Federal Infrastructure Funding Stalls Long-term Improvements

Listen to the 3-minute podcast Reports indicate Michigan continues to enjoy a slow and steady economic rebound. However, the state is still shouldering a huge weight: a deteriorating transportation network that elected state leaders cannot agree on how to fund and revive. As the Americans for Transportation Mobility (ATM) Coalition taps