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Jobs and Progress Plan: Ohio's Transportation Improvement Strategy

Jobs and Progress Plan: Ohio's Transportation Improvement Strategy

Jobs and Progress Plan: Ohio's Transportation Improvement Strategy 

Governor Bob Taft has unveiled his Jobs and Progress Plan, the largest transportation initiative since the original creation of Ohio's interstate system. The Plan will generate more than 4,000 highway construction jobs, ease freeway congestion, improve road safety and connect rural regions.

November 12, 2003
Governor Taft Praises Passage of Key Element of Jobs and Progress Plan

August 5 & 6: Regional News Releases: Akron (Northeast Ohio) | Cleveland (Northeast Ohio) | Cincinnati (Southwest Ohio) | Columbus (Central Ohio)  | Dayton (Southwest Ohio) | Southeast Ohio | Toledo (Northwest Ohio)

For more details and specifics on the Plan, please use the links below to view the General Overview and five regional documents:

General Overview (2.67Mb PDF)

Central Ohio Region (2.13Mb PDF)
ODOT Districts 3, 5 and 6

Northwest Ohio Region (1.29Mb PDF)
ODOT Districts 1 and 2

Northeast Ohio Region (1.36Mb PDF)
ODOT Districts 4 and 12

Southwest Ohio Region (1.78Mb PDF)
ODOT Districts 7 and 8

Southeast Ohio Region (2.54Mb PDF)
ODOT Districts 9, 10 and 11

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Region Map, Click for regional documents
Click map to access regional Jobs and Progress Plan documents,  or use the links to the left. Southwest Region Southeast Region Northeast Region Central Region Northwest Region - Available Wed.

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