Updated Thu, Sep 26, 2013 3:08 pm
Final approval was given Thursday to Ohio Gov. John Kasich's "Jobs and Transportation Plan," which aims to create 60,000 new jobs. Kasich's plan will invest $3 billion in infrastructure over six years.
The state's Transportation Review Advisory Council voted unanimously Thursday to put the plan into action.
“We have been working hard to move through the process quickly and get projects started. Thanks to the Governor’s plan we will be able to get more projects moving faster, without a tax increase,” said Ohio Department of Transportation Director Jerry Wray in an email release.
Some projects may start as soon as this fall. Below is the list of approved projects.