Archives: Robert Lawler

Infrastructure: Are we making the grade?

The recent collapse of the I-5 bridge in Washington State shined a spotlight on the country’s aging infrastructure. Since the recession, funding for bridges has dropped steeply, and fixing them would cost an estimated $20 billion. We’ll discuss the balance of safety and spending, and how long our functionally obsolete structures will stand.

Changes to Central Ohio’s Highway System

Recent changes and improvements to Central Ohio’s highway system, including the major overhaul of the 70/71 split in downtown Columbus