Posted Monday, January 23, 2012
Ohio's roads aren't paved with gold, but they are expensive to build and maintain. And transportation dollars are growing more scarce. State transportation officials say that means some of Ohio's largest planned construction projects will be pushed back by decades. The response from communities across the state resembles road rage. We'll find out why and whether there’s an alternate route to get the projects back on track, Monday at 9 on the Sound of Ideas.
Matt Zone, Cleveland City Councilman
Gary Suhadolnik, former Executive Director, Ohio Turnpike Commission
Bob Vitale, Transportation Reporter, Columbus Dispatch
Barbara O’Keefe, Mayor of Wellington
Dan Moeglin, City Engineer, Canton
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