Fix Ohio Roads
EVERY DAY, WE COUNT ON OHIO’S ROADS.
For work. For play. And for our future.
It’s no surprise Democrats and Republicans agree: Safe, well-maintained roads are a smart investment in our future. And that’s especially true right here in the Buckeye State.
Only Texas has more bridges than Ohio. And Ohio has the nation’s fourth-largest interstate system with over 8,000 lane miles. That’s enough interstate to travel from Los Angeles to Washington D.C. about three times.
But our roads and bridges are deteriorating, threatening Ohio jobs and costing drivers more in higher car repair bills.
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Driving on rough roads costs Ohio motorists a total of $3.5 billion annually.
$436 per driver – in higher vehicle operating costs, including accelerated vehicle depreciation, additional repair costs and increased fuel consumption and tire wear.
17 percent of Ohio’s public roads are in poor condition.
It’s one reason why a recent American Society of Civil Engineers report card gave Ohio’s infrastructure a D+.
Approximately 2.4 million full-time jobs in Ohio are dependent on the quality, safety and reliability of the state’s transportation infrastructure network.
Approximately 2.4 million full-time jobs in Ohio in key industries like tourism, retail sales, agriculture and manufacturing are dependent on the quality, safety and reliability of the state’s transportation infrastructure network.
Highway accessibility was ranked as the number one site selection factor in a 2017 survey of corporate executives.
Highway accessibility was ranked as the number one site selection factor in a 2017 survey of corporate executives by Area Development Magazine.
 “Modernizing Ohio’s Transportation System,” TRIP, June 2018
 American Society of Civil Engineers
 TRIP study, June 2018