The MACC is committed to the development of a balanced transportation system. That is, we strive to help develop not only an efficient and well-maintained roadway network but also a robust public transit system and a comprehensive, connected non-motorized pathway system. The MACC has historically helped construct at least one pathway annually. This year, $400,000 in federal funds was allocated to the construction of two miles of pathway on 160th Avenue between James Street and Quincy Street in Park Township. Next year the MACC will be funding the construction of another two-mile pathway in Holland Township on Quincy Street (120th Ave.-136th Ave.)
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Each year the MACC is responsible for rating the pavement condition of 50% of the federal-aid road system within the MACC area. This rating process requires annual training in pavement evaluation and scheduling time in the field to collectively rate with the Michigan Department of Transportation and local road agencies (Allegan County Road Commission, Ottawa County Road Commission, and City of Holland). Rating teams must agree to each road rating which is on a scale from 1 to 10 (1-3 Poor; 4-5 Fair; 6-7 Good; and 8-10 Excellent). Submitted ratings help identify and prioritize future road resurfacing projects.