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Traffic on Interstates 70 and 71 in downtown Columbus.
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A Republican Ohio Senator has an idea for providing a stable revenue source for Ohio road projects, which have been relying on a shrinking source of revenue.

Ohioans Reduce Miles Driven and State Tax Base

Jul 28, 2008

A federal study shows that high gasoline prices are prompting Americans to drive a little less. That's also happening in Ohio.

Fewer miles driven means the state government is no longer raking in its usual summer increase in gasoline tax revenue that's used for highway and bridge construction and repairs.