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One Penny (Gas & Diesel) = $54.5 Million statewide (Gas tax only = $47 Million).
For MDOT, one penny of gas tax generates $17 million.
In Oakland County, one penny of gas tax generates approximately $1.8 million for RCOC and $1.3 million for Oakland’s 40 Cities and Villages.
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No. New development generates new tax revenue in three ways: New property taxes from the increased property value; new sales tax from increased commerce; and new income tax from new jobs. None of those taxes are used to fund roads in Michigan. The primary sources of road funds in Michigan are the gas tax and vehicle registration fees.
State fuel tax and vehicle registration fee revenues are collected in a single "pot" known as the Michigan Transportation Fund. After money is taken off the top for a number of items including the Bridge Fund and Mass Transit, the remaining money is divided between the Michigan Department of Transportation, county road commissions and cities and villages according to a formula established by the state Legislature.
The formula calls for 39.1% of the money to go to MDOT (which has jurisdiction over 8% of Michigan's roads), 39.1% to go to county road commissions (which have jurisdiction over 75% of Michigan's roads) and 21.8% to go to cities and villages (which have jurisdiction over 17% of Michigan's roads).
Our society is becoming increasingly sensitive about our environment and rightfully so. We are concerned about what corporations and even public agencies are doing that might damage the environment and make this a less pleasant place to live, especially for our children. Read about how we are working towards
Primary (heavier traveled) roads are swept three times a year. Township subdivision roads are swept once a year.
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