Many road construction projects throughout Michigan have been put on hold since early September because of a lockout and there's currently no end in sight for that lockout. According to a report this week from the Detroit News, Governor Snyder is looking at the possible activation of National Guard heavy equipment operators as an option to resume road projects which have been stalled by the lockout that started on September 4th. The lockout has halted more than 80% of the state's current road projects. The Detroit News is reporting that the Michigan Department of Transportation has more than 140 construction projects across the state in the works or planned for the year.

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