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Thanks to yesterday's press conference about Michigan's roadways (which by-the-by need $1 billion-$1.4 billion) we now know that Michigan is super disorganized when it comes to transit. "Michigan has 617 independent road agencies and 79 independent transit agencies. We are the only state in the country that has county road commissions – 81 of them in total – and 35 of those are not accountable to the rest of county government," Snyder said. Guv Sny wants a new regional transit authority to work on getting rapid transit along routes including Gratiot, Woodward and Michigan avenues and the M-59 corridor. [Crain's]