Ohio DOT asks for $155 million to fix I-75

| Wednesday, September 17, 2003

The Ohio Department of Transportation has requested $155 million from the state to pay for a portion of seven projects, The Cincinnati Enquirer reported recently.

The projects include widening I-75 to eight lanes in Butler and Warren counties; rebuilding the I-75/I-74 interchange in Cincinnati; and reconfiguring the approaches to the Brent Spence Bridge over the Ohio River.

All the projects are related to safety and congestion problems along I-75. Work would not begin until 2007, the newspaper reported, and the total cost of the projects may exceed $644 million.

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