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Street smart
Thu, 04/10/2014 - 9:05am
Baldwin Road in Auburn Hills is extremely dangerous! I am really worried for drivers. I have a large truck and am therefore not afraid--but little cars BEWARE! Do not go near the mall or anywhere near Brown Road!
Thu, 04/10/2014 - 10:09pm
I'm not confident this is accurate. Muskegon roads seem much worse than this reveals. In my opinion.
Sun, 04/13/2014 - 6:16am
I am suspect of this data. I live in Caseville in Huron County. We have a new bridge, resurfaced main roads and no potholes.
Seeker of Truth
Mon, 12/15/2014 - 10:35am
Can you show us via maps which roads or sections of roads were identified as good, fair or poor and why? A color coding system would be nice. I can't believe the percentages in Norton Shores are anywhere close to accurate. Please show us the the road condition status by political jusisdiction.