This article might as well have been titled, “Pickerington wants someone else to pay for their stupid decisions.” I say, “tough.” Let’s just hope Columbus includes sidewalks and bike lanes when they eventually widen Tussing and Refugee Roads.
Pickerington wants relief for commuter-clogged roadsMonday, January 14, 2008 3:04 AMTHE COLUMBUS DISPATCH
Tussing and Refugee roads were rural two-lane thoroughfares not so long ago.But as Pickerington grew and Columbus sprawled outward in the 1990s, the two roads between Rt. 256 and Brice Road became overloaded.
New Pickerington Mayor Mitch O’Brien would like to see something done to improve the two east-west roads, which are heavily used by commuters.
The roads are largely within Columbus. O’Brien said he’ll first meet with Columbus City Council members or other city officials to discuss what can be done.
It might be a while before Columbus addresses the roads, though…