Lorain’s transportation grid

Word of Mouth, a blog for all things pertaining to the city of Lorain, Ohio, has recently revisited the discussion of Lorain’s shipping port on Lake Erie.  I feel it’s worthwhile to point my readers in that direction to weigh in on the discussion.  As WoM notes, I’ve written for their blog in the past.  Included in my past writings at Word of Mouth are my own thoughts about Lorain’s transportation infrastructure needs, presented in 3 installments: Part 1; Part 2; and Part 3.


Here is a map to help visualize some of the improvements I proposed.  The existing limited-access divided highway routes are shown in magenta.  I proposed adding some limited-access divided highways, and those are mapped in red.

2 Responses to “Lorain’s transportation grid”

  1. Lorain needs to bridge the gap « Buckeye RINO Says:

    […] what I wrote about here, here, and here which is why I’m still talking about stuff like this. Posted in Local Politics. Tags: Local […]

  2. Gov. Strickland, please help Lorain with its broken drawbridge « Buckeye RINO Says:

    […] course, as noted before, I keep plugging for even more infrastructure.  The transportation grid upgrades I’ve proposed on the map […]

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