Posted Tuesday, July 30, 2013
Ohio road construction funds,running on fumes, are about to get refueled on the Ohio Turnpike. Governor Kasich last week announced that the state would borrow against future turnpike revenues -- and raise tolls -- to pay for a backlog of road projects off the Turnpike. Those would include Cleveland's Innerbelt Bridge and long-awaited road construction in Medina, Lorain, Akron and beyond.
Ideasteam's Paul Cox talks with Ohio Turnpike director Richard Hodges about coming toll increases.
Myron S. Pakush, ODOT District 12 Deputy Director
Jocelynn Clemings, Public Information Officer, ODOT District 12
Joseph Roman,CEO, Greater Cleveland Partnership
Jason Segedy, director, Akron Metropolitan Transportation Study
Mayor Holly C. Brinda, Elyria
Mayor Dennis Hanwell, Medina
Richard Hodges, director, Ohio Turnpike Commission
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