Ohio Governor Signs Transportation Budget That Targets Billions for Roadwork

The bill serves as a spending blueprint for the Ohio Department of Transportation for the next two years.

Mon April 06, 2015 - Midwest Edition
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The website Cleveland.com is reporting that Gov. John Kasich signed a transportation budget Wednesday that will target billions of dollars for highway work that will spur hiring, bolster driver safety and allow new payment options when renewing your driver’s license.

The bill serves as a spending blueprint for the Ohio Department of Transportation for the next two years. It also includes money for local governments and for support of public transportation.

"We know what the resources are now," said ODOT Director Jerry Wray. "Our job now is to maximize the results."

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