Effort under way to build Columbus-Pittsburgh corridor

04/7/2008 | American City Business Journals

Seven counties have joined forces to push for a new highway corridor linking Columbus, Ohio, to Pittsburgh. The current route between the two cities includes about 40 miles of two-lane highway, and officials say that amounts to a dead-end for some, but there still could be challenges in getting funding for the project, which could have a price tag exceeding $1 billion.

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