Ohio’s superintendent says the state won’t withhold funding to penalize schools for students opting out of standardized tests this year.
If you travel Interstate 70/71 in Columbus often enough you know there’s a lot of weaving that go on between exits. So the Ohio department of Transportation wants to redesign the split and cut the number of accidents…at a cost that surpasses $1.5 billion. WOSU reports, though, that the plan has some critics who say it’s a waste of money.
Columbus drivers may have to change their commute. The Ohio Department of Transportion will place new signs in downtown Columbus trying to force traffic to flow differently in an effort to reduce accidents and congestion.