- The Washington Times - Monday, April 13, 2009

Ohio’s highway projects still in the planning stages that would use federal stimulus money:

_ $20 million for a preliminary engineering study of a rail system and new roads on the east side of Cincinnati.

_ $20 million for the design of a three-mile road connecting Interstate 490 to Cleveland’s art and museum district.

_ $10 million for the Ohio Department of Transportation to spend on various design work for projects statewide.

_ $7 million for engineering and design work on the Ohio Hub, a plan for high-speed rail.


Source: Ohio Department of Transportation.

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