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Michigan Infrastructure Projects:  About 

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Michigan Infrastructure Projects:  About 

Efficient permitting benefits everyone. Businesses have certainty about what is required, making Michigan a more attractive place to build. Community stakeholders know when and how their input should be provided. And permitting agencies can ensure that they have all the information necessary to facilitate development of Michigan's infrastructure while protecting our environment and natural resources.

Infrastructure Project Dashboard

The infrastructure permits dashboard allows the public to track the state's coordinated progress on reviewing, streamlining, and expediting the review and decision of permits.

Whitmer Signs Executive Directive Streamlining Infrastructure Permitting: 

"In Michigan, we're fixing the damn roads and bridges, repairing crumbling water infrastructure, and making progress on so many other infrastructure priorities from high-speed internet to parks and electric vehicle charging stations," said Governor Whitmer. "Today's executive directive will make our permitting process even more user-friendly, ensuring projects can get moving and be completed on time and on budget. Since I took office through the end of this year, we will fix over 16,000 lane miles of road and 1,200 bridges, supporting nearly 89,000 jobs. We're fixing these roads and bridges with the right mix and materials, so they stay fixed. With today's directive that increases transparency, boosts inter-departmental coordination, and speeds up the permitting process, I am confident that we can keep moving dirt to rebuild our infrastructure more effectively and efficiently than ever."

construction workers working on bridge
Freeway construction
construction equipment dropping dirt in truck bed.