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Governor Whitmer's FY23 Budget: Reliable Roads, Bridges, Pipes, and More for Every Community


February 10, 2022   



Governor Whitmer's FY23 Budget: Reliable Roads, Bridges, Pipes, and More for Every Community  

Governor Gretchen Whitmer released her fourth executive budget recommendation that puts Michiganders first and delivers on the issues that matter most to Michigan families.    

Here's what the budget has for Michigan's infrastructure. 


Since Governor Whitmer took office, Michigan has repaired, replaced, or rebuilt over 13,000 lane miles of road and over 900 bridges, supporting nearly 82,000 jobs. This budget proposal builds on that progress, surging resources to fix local roads with the right mix and materials, creating good-paying jobs along the way, and helping families stay safe on the road. It also improves Michigan's parks and makes big investments in water infrastructure to protect safe drinking water and keep roads clear from floods.  


  • $6.3 billion to fix state and local roads, bridges, airports, transit, and rail programs with the right mix and materials, supporting tens of thousands of good-paying jobs along the way.  
  • Installing generators at water pumping stations to keep roads and highways clear during storms. 
  • Installing more electric vehicle chargers across the state. 
  • Clean up contaminated sites in communities historically impacted by industrial runoff and construction. 
  • Help Michiganders make clean energy improvements to their homes, saving them money and protecting our clean air and water. 

The Infrastructure one pager can be found here