Ohio ramps up its statewide "Transportation Conversation" this month to promote more mobility choices, stimulate economic development, and maximize public investment.
Click here to take the survey, watch some videos, and see the calendar of events.
It's encouraging to see the Buckeye State put the power of the people at the center of envisioning the state's transportation future.
But in many ways the answers are clear: fix up the roads, adapt the cities to encourage more walking and biking, and urgently expand public transit.
A prosperous future, citizens will likely say, requires more than a rail line serving the Cleveland airport and bus rapid transit on Euclid Avenue.