This season may be the worst for potholes in Michigan history.
In a meeting with lawmakers on Tuesday, The Michigan Department of Transportation Director said that the brutal weather conditions with already bad roads is going to cause problems for drivers and road budgets. Although $88 million, has been set aside for road work this year, it is estimated that $117 million will be required in spending. Communities, around the state, are facing the same problem... some not having enough funding for summertime. MDOT's Director said Michiganders can expect to see the roads get worse within the next three weeks.