Telling a hungry person they can't eat to fatten themselves up puts them in a real pickle. That's not far from what Ohio's transportation department is saying about why an increase in the state gas tax, a sure fire way to produce more funding for road and bridge projects, is off the table. Whereas internal cost cutting and giving business sweetheart deals is on the table. Ohio State University is likewise saying selling assets now is the way to go for the future. Really? #Examinercom #ODOT…
Canal Winchester, Groveport and Madison Township residents will see a significant investment -- possibly as much as $430 million -- in road construction over the coming two years, according to Ohio Department of Transportation officials.
Ashtabula County Ohio Covered Bridge Festival 1. Netcher Road Bridge (2.7 miles from Jefferson) The bridge is constructed over Mill Creek in Jefferson Township, and it features a timber arch with inverted Haupt walls. The "Neo Victorian" design structure is 110 feet long, 22-feet wide, and 14-feet, six inches high. Construction started in 1998, and it was funded by an ODOT Timber Grant.
Cabinetry in breakroom [ODOT administration building; Maumee, Ohio]
ccording to the Ohio Department of Transportation, spring road maintenance tends to focus more on post-winter pothole repair before shifting gears to roadway litter cleanup. That litter cleanup, according to ODOT, costs roughly $4 million each year.