Michigan is One Step Closer to a 75 MPH Speed Limit on Some Highways
Legislation that would raise the speed limit to 75 mph on some highways is headed to the Governor Snyder's Desk.
The state House of Representatives passed a bill yesterday (Tuesday) that would raise the speed limit to 75 mph on 600 miles of interstate in Michigan, and 900 miles of US- or M- highways would get a speed limit increase to 65 mph. The state police have expressed no safety concerns with the proposed increases. The speed limits will only be raised on highways that pass a safety study.