2/13/14 – 12:00 P.M.
Anyway you crunch the numbers, this has been a busy winter for the Ohio Department of Transportation. The ODOT Distrcit 1 office released more information on what it has taken to keep the roads clear in northwest Ohio. Deputy Director Kirk Slusser says the average plow operator has worked 250 hours and driven 7,400 miles so far this year. Crews have been out 43 of the last 90 days removing snow and ice from state and U.S. routes.
That work doesn’t come cheap. So far District 1 has spent $6.9 million.by Read More →