Before Prop One vote: Michigan roads county-by-county
While you gather your information on if the tax is really needed in your area, ABC 57 broke down the numbers for you, county-by-county.
Data from the Transportation Asset Management Council shows that Cass County has the worst roads in Michiana, with 55-percent of the roads there are listed in “poor” condition.
Berrien County stands at 43-percent and in St. Joseph County. Michigan, 40-percent of the roads are in bad condition.
If Prop One passes, Michigan's sales tax will be raised from six-percent to seven-percent and most of the revenue will go to fix Michigan roads.