Michael Armstrong, senior transportation engineer with the Federal Highway Administration’s Columbus office, said no decisions have been made on the Innerbelt. He said his office is expecting an environmental impact report from ODOT in November that will document the environmental, social and economic impact of the planned reconfiguration. It will open a public comment period and after that make a decision whether to adopt ODOT’s plan or ask the state to modify its plan. He wouldn’t put a timetable on the federal decision-making process.
Monday, March 20, 2006
Not the most informative aticle, but it ended like this:
Posted by J. Scott Muscatello at 09:40