Heavy truck proposal in Ohio could damage roads, negate prior investments

08/17/2010 | American City Business Journals

The Ohio Department of Transportation has proposed increasing truck weights to 94,000 pounds -- more than 17% above the current 80,000-pound limit for other tractor-trailers. Critics say that the heavier trucks would damage roads and take business from railroads. They say that in Central Ohio it would also reduce the advantage of the logistics industry that exists around Rickenbacker International Airport.

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