Would you drive on Michigan’s roads if you didn’t have to?
The crater fields that once were our highways have taken all of the pleasure out of driving.
It’s impossible to plan a route of any length that doesn’t take you over at least one stretch of roadbed that’s unpassable without swerving and dodging. Lord knows how cops tell the drunken drivers from those just trying to stay out of tire-busting potholes.
Imagine asking someone to volunteer for that experience. But that’s what Doug Rothwell and others like him have to do every day. As chief executive of Business Leaders for Michigan, part of Rothwell’s mission is to attract job-creating investors to the state.
That assignment is made tougher when the first impression visitors get when they deplane at Detroit Metro is the bone-banging drive on the airport’s service drives.Read Article