Breaking down how much Metro Detroit counties, cities will get of $175M infusion for roads

Senate unanimously approved funds

DETROIT - Metro Detroit roads will receive some much needed repairs after the Michigan Senate unanimously approved a $175 million infusion into the state’s roads Thursday.

Gov. Rick Snyder proposed the additional $175 million for the next budget year. Legislators decided it should be spent this year. The money would be split among the state's counties, cities and villages.

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Wayne County will get $6,484,466.83, Oakland County will receive $7,015,327.75 and $4,481,337.01 will be given to Macomb County.

See how much money cities will receive below.

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