Ohio’s Renaissance: Rail Has Failed (Part 3 of 5)

This is the third installment in a five-article series showcasing the potential for a rebirth of Ohio’s transportation prowess.  Please take a moment to read these articles from the beginning, starting with Part 1, “The Birthplace of Aviation.” With aircraft flying nonstop overhead and citizens still longing to easily and cheaply commute to popular destinations […]

Ohio’s Renaissance: An Airborne Overpass (Part 2 of 5)

This is the second part of a five-article series showcasing the potential for Ohio’s transportation network.  Please take a moment to read Part 1, “The Birthplace of Aviation.” While Ohio’s aviation discoveries and transportation expertise have never gone unnoticed, its airspace overhead has become its most useful asset to the national airspace system.  As aircraft […]