The state's detailed results in highway performance and cost-effectiveness

Michigan

  • Overall Rank in 2008 35
  • Overall Rank in 2007 31
  • Overall Rank in 2006 42
  • Overall Rank in 2005 42
  • Overall Rank in 2000 43

Michigan ranks 35th in the nation in state highway performance and cost-effectiveness, falling four spots from last year’s report. Michigan ranks 39th in total highway disbursements, 8th in fatalities, 28th in deficient or functionally obsolete bridges and 47th in urban Interstate congestion. Michigan’s best rankings come in fatality rates (8th), rural other principal arterial condition (14th) and deficient or functionally obsolete bridges (28th). Michigan’s lowest rankings are in urban Interstate congestion (47th) and state highway agency miles (45th). Michigan’s complete results:

Performance by Category in 2008 Rank

  • State-Controlled Highway Miles 30
  • State Highway Agency Miles 45
  • Total Disbursements 39
  • Capital and Bridge Disbursements 37
  • Maintenance Disbursements 37
  • Administrative Disbursements 39
  • Rural Interstate Condition 42
  • Rural Other Principal Arterial Condition 14
  • Urban Interstate Condition 38
  • Urban Interstate Congestion 47
  • Deficient or Functionally Obsolete Bridges 28
  • Fatality Rates 8
  • Narrow Rural Lanes 37

The full 19th Annual Highway Report and other states’ rankings are here.