BEREA, Ohio (AP) — Construction season on the Ohio Turnpike has kicked off this week.
The turnpike’s capital improvement program this year is the largest in more than a decade. The state expects that as much as $125 million will be spent on projects throughout northern Ohio. That includes doubling the number of pavement replacement projects.
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