Survey being conducted by Ohio Turnpike Commission

Northwest Ohioans now have the opportunity to play a role in deciding exactly how their travels on the Ohio Turnpike will go, and how much they might cost. The Bryan Times reports with its toll system nearing the end of what the Turnpike Commission calls its “useful life,” a recently released survey is part of a refocusing initiative to try to improve the travel experience. Among some of the questions the survey asks include whether or not there should be gates at tolls and if there should be electronic tolling with video enforcement If you’d like to participate in the survey, go to

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