Posted Tuesday, February 17, 2009
Ohio's Department of Transportation expects to begin work this spring on the I-90 Innerbelt bridge in Cleveland. ODOT intends to build a pair of bridges with five lanes of travel in each direction. It's not certain yet whether ODOT will repair the old span before building the new. What is certain is that at least two lanes of traffic will be maintained in both directions during the entire construction process, expected to last through at least 2015. Join us for an update on the Innerbelt, plus conversation on possible priorities for nearly a billion dollars in stimulus money targeted for Ohio transportation projects. Tuesday morning at 9:00 on 90.3.
Government/Politics, Other, Transportation
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