Ohio transportation chief touts high-speed rail potential

03/18/2010 | PhillyBurbs.com (Pennsylvania)

Ohio's top transportation official defended the state's high-speed rail plans after a Republican lawmaker raised questions about the project. Jolene Molitoris, director of the state Transportation Department, touted the railway's ridership and job-creation potential. Ohio high-speed rail will eventually link Cleveland, Columbus, Dayton and Cincinnati.

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