One-way streets are more conducive to vehicular traffic than they are to other modes of transportation, directly limiting how walk-, bike-, and transit-friendly the roadway is. Conversions of one-way streets to two-way traffic can lead to more walkable neighborhoods that are safer for pedestrians, cyclists, and residents.
Since 2011, 33 states plus the District of Columbia have raised motor fuel taxes to meet the demand for increased revenues for transportation projects. These increases have provided needed funds to refurbish and replace outdated and failing infrastructure.
Ohio gubernatorial candidates Mike DeWine and Richard Cordray faced off in three debates this election season, and GOPC had the opportunity to ask two questions during the second. See the Candidates’ responses to GOPC issues over the three debates.
Treasury has released its first publication for guidance regarding Opportunity Zones, which includes proposed regulations, revenue rulings, and a draft tax form specific to the certification of Opportunity Funds. These proposed regulations are the first set of guidelines since the introduction of the tax bill late last year.
HB 737 would provide an alternative to the Voluntary Action Program (VAP) liability protection in Ohio’s law as a means to encourage brownfield redevelopment in the state. Since the sunset of the CORF program, brownfields redevelopment is down in Ohio.