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Ohio Residents and Business Owners Say Commercial Rest Areas a Bad Idea

Posted in: Our Legislative and Regulatory Issues


The residents and business owners of Ohio’s Hocking County know a bad idea when they see it.

Today I shared a blog post on the Partnership to Save Highway Communities' website on the people of Ohio's reaction to the Ohio Department of Transportation's plan to explore the commercial development of certain rest areas.

The Partnership to Save Highway Communities is a coalition of associations, corporations, small businesses and other stakeholders that share a common goal: preserving the valuable relationships between interstate highway motorists and community businesses serving their needs.

As I wrote in my post, "The people of Ohio have spoken and they don’t want commercial rest areas. ODOT should listen to what its voting constituents have to say and act accordingly."

Read the full blog post here.

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Tiffany Wlazlowski Neuman

Tiffany Wlazlowski Neuman

Tiffany Wlazlowski Neuman develops and executes communications strategies to advance NATSO’s public relations and advocacy goals. Tiffany also develops and oversees partnerships related to the NATSO Foundation’s public outreach initiatives. Tiffany lives in the D.C. metro area with her husband and their two sons.