Transportation Funding Crisis in Ohio
State officials warned last summer that funding for new highway projects in Ohio was becoming scarce, but they didn't specify just how scarce. As the gas tax revenue declines annually, costs of major road projects are still climbing. But how does ODOT fix the problem? And is this happening in other states? On this hour of "All Sides," we're talking about the future in funds for ODOT.
- Reginald Fields (Columbus Bureau Chief, Cleveland Plain Dealer)
- Matt Greeson (City Manager, Worthington)
- Ken Sillman (Chief of Staff, City of Cleveland)
- Peter Basso (Director of Finance and Management, American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials)