Northwest Ohio Infrastructure Projects Approved
Turnpike Commission approves funding for three highway projects in Lucas County
September 19, 2013
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Columbus – State Senator Edna Brown (D-Toledo) announced today that the Ohio Turnpike and Infrastructure Commission approved $218 million in funding for projects in Lucas County.

The funding approved includes $45 million towards work on I-75, $163 million for work at the I-75/I-475 interchange, and $10 million for work at the I-475/20 interchange.

“I am pleased that ODOT will move forward with the three Lucas County projects recently approved by The Ohio Turnpike and Infrastructure Commission,” said Senator Brown.  “Completion of this work will not only benefit travelers from northern Ohio using the Turnpike, but it will also enhance the experience of all motorists traveling along this important transportation corridor.”

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