The Michigan Infrastructure & Transportation Association has announced that non-union workers will replace union workers to continue construction on Michigan's roads.
This resolution came hours after Gov. Rick Snyder announced Tuesday a solution still had not been reached in the road building dispute between union members and contractors.
The contract between the Local 324 union and Michigan Infrastructure & Transportation Association (MITA) expired in June.
- Michigan Governor Rick Snyder says no solution reached in road construction dispute
- Governor's office says 'positive step forward' made in road construction dispute
- State may use National Guard to finish stalled construction projects
- Construction work stoppage continues as negotiations break down
- No deal in sight for road construction standstill
- Getting around metro Detroit difficult with road construction projects in work stoppage
- Here are the metro Detroit road projects affected by the Local 324 lockout
- Several metro Detroit road construction projects at a dead stop, no resolution expected soon