Last week Governor Rick Snyder signed off on a long-awaited roads funding deal. The laws will raise more than $1 billion a year by 2021. The money will go towards repairing the roads and bridges in Michigan that have been neglected for years.
"This is the largest investment in transportation in Michigan in the last 50 years," Snyder said this month.
But many in the state are not happy with the final product, which includes a gas tax hike and higher car registration fees.
Michigan Public Radio's Rick Pluta explains the mechanics of the deal: