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Latest News about Ohio Department of Transportation
Middletown airport experiencing a transformation
July 15, 2019
Slideshow: See the test site that could lure autonomous and connected vehicle tech companies to Central Ohio
July 10, 2019
New details on Dayton area's $5M UAS win
April 28, 2019
DeWine proposes 18-cent increase in gasoline tax to generate $1.2B
February 21, 2019
category Jack Marchbanks , Government & Regulations , Ohio Department of Transportation , and 2 more.
An inside look at how economic development projects come together
February 18, 2019
category Ohio Department of Transportation , Economic Incentives , Wapakoneta Area Economic Development Council , and 5 more.
City misses out on Western Hills Viaduct grants
December 26, 2018
category Patrick Duhaney , Government & Regulations , Ohio Department of Transportation , and 2 more.
Ohio moves ahead with 'smart vehicle technology'
December 10, 2018
Marysville to test smart intersections, 1,200 connected vehicles to create safety blueprint for U.S. cities
November 20, 2018
These are Southwest Ohio's most dangerous intersections: SLIDESHOW
November 08, 2018
Razing begins of former Carrollton Plaza
November 06, 2018
Middletown investing nearly $2M to revitalize airport
July 11, 2018
Driverless shuttles to circuit Scioto Mile, COSI, Vets Memorial this winter in ODOT pilot
July 03, 2018
Lytle Tunnel work to again close portions of I-71
May 22, 2018
Longtime LGBT icon closing its doors to make way for Brent Spence Bridge improvements
February 05, 2018
Five things you need to know today, and it's show time!
December 19, 2017
Revamp coming soon to Interstate 71 interchange
December 19, 2017
Clean fuels group envisions more than 10,000 hydrogen fuel-cell cars in Columbus – if refueling stations get built
October 24, 2017
$12.6M roadwork expected to boost logistics business near 70/75
August 01, 2017
ODOT favors $53M ‘south’ interchange at I-71, Routes 36/37
December 10, 2014
Five things you need to know today, and Cincinnati's most dangerous 500 feet of road
November 06, 2014
Morning Edition: Billions in road projects on tap, Republicans act following Northwestern football ruling, Cardinal Health closing Minnesota facilities
April 11, 2014