A new study says Michigan's transportation system is better prepared for climate change than many other Midwest states.
But it's still not enough, according to the Midwest Economic Policy Institute.
Study author Mary Craighead says Michigan will see higher temperatures, heavier rains, increased erosion, and more frequent freeze-thaw cycles. That will damage bridges, roads and other infrastructure.
Craighead says it's an economic issue for the whole country, not just Michigan.