Transportation : Highways
Location is everything, and Ohio is 600 miles, or a day's drive, from 60 percent of the U.S. population, 80 percent of the U.S. corporate headquarters and 61 percent of U.S. manufacturing capacity.

Ohio has the fourth largest Interstate highway system of any state. Since 1996, ODOT has invested more than $380 million into southeastern Ohio 's roadway system.

Major highway construction projects in Appalachian Ohio will provide a direct link to Interstate 77 in West Virginia, and will make U.S. 33 the most direct route between the two state capitals, Columbus and Charleston, and all points south. The U.S. 33 Corridor project is one of several significant improvement projects. Other upgrades include the repairs and improvements to U.S. 50 in Athens, State Route 7 in Lawrence County, U.S. 35 in Ross County and U.S. 23 in Scioto County. For more information on Ohio highways and transportation, visit the Ohio Department of Transportation and the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio.
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