Townships With High Number Of Crashes Eligible For Sign Money
Several central Ohio townships are eligible for new road signs through an Ohio Department of Transportation grant program.
ODOT's Highway Safety Program provides $1 million annually to provide townships with money to upgrade warning signs used on curves and at intersections.
The funding is designated for townships with a high number of severe crashes.
Those include Hocking and Violet Townships in Fairfield County; Hamilton and Scioto Townships in Ross County; and Union Township in Licking County.
The maximum funding will be $50,000 per township, and townships will be prioritized by number of crashes.
You can find more information and an application here.
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