A resolution honoring Ohioan and Olympic athlete Jesse Owens has been approved by the U.S. Senate.
The Ohio Department of Transportation has released a draft transportation plan for new projects in early every part of the state.
The Ohio Department of Transportation today unveiled a map designating sections of interstate where the new top speed limit will be 70 miles per hour. 570 miles of interstate highways, outside major cities, will allow drivers to travel faster.
An Ohio Department of Transportation worker was killed on I-71 NB this morning in Delaware.
After a mild winter in 2012, ODOT doubles its salt usage this year.
The state is eliminating 34 jobs staffing 11 information centers along Ohio’s interstate highways and one on at the Statehouse in Columbus.
The charges against Cincinnati-based Quattro, Inc. will bring the first criminal antitrust convictions in Ohio in 30 years.
The state is adding two express lanes from I-270 to U.S. 23 North to reduce congestion and improve safety.
The proposal to turn state-owned rest stops into privately-operated travel plazas is finally getting some attention…just not the kind state leaders had hoped for.
Administrators with the Ohio Department of Transportation announced earlier this year that the agency was facing a $1.6 billion funding shortfall. But there’s far from a consensus over how to plug the budget pothole.
An ODOT panel has voted to move up most major road projects that were delayed by several years, inclduing the I-70/I-71 overhaul. But officials know the new schedule likely will not satisfy communities that are depending on new roads.