Governor Rick Snyder is making a push toward fixing Michigan’s infrastructure.  One statewide construction agency is trying to figure out the most cost effective way to fix the roads, bridges, and sewers.

Before the state throws money at its infrastructure, it needs to examine the scope of the problem.  That’s where a statewide asset management program comes in.

Lance Binonemi is with the Michigan Infrastructure and Transportation Association.  He says, right now, some communities are doing a better job of keeping track of the condition of their infrastructure than others.  He says a statewide program would be better at triaging those needs.