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Every year, global commercial real estate organization Colliers International produces an annual survey on parking garage rates across the United States and Canada which they compile into a public report. Columbus was noteworthy in that there was zero change between 2011 and 2012’s pricing, while the national average rate of increase was 1.6 percent.

“This year’s report shows that Columbus’s parking rates have held strong and are now listed as below the national average for monthly parking rates,” said  Leslie Hobbs, Director of Marketing at Colliers International for the Greater Columbus Region.

The average cost of parking in a covered or underground parking garage in Columbus is $95 per month, while the national average is $164.80 per month. The city at the top of the list is New York City, where in Midtown Manhattan the average cost is $562 per month.

To read the full report, visit www.collierscanada.com.


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From WBNS-10TV:

Columbus To Upgrade Thousands Of Street Crossing Signals
Friday,  October 29, 2010

The city is starting a project that will upgrade thousands of street crossing signals at intersections throughout Columbus. About 1,000 intersections, including some currently without any street crossing signals, will feature new, energy efficient displays.


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Want to keep up with the latest news on the 70/71 Split Fix project? Check out the September 2010 Newsletter from ODOT. Click the image below to visit the site where both Image and PDF versions are available.

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From The Dispatch:

315Rt. 315: Getting there from here
Sunday,  June 14, 2009 3:33 AM

While workers repair bridges and the highway surface, the 70,000 vehicles a day that travel Rt. 315 will be squeezed into two lanes in each direction, down from the existing three lanes. By next Monday, those temporary lanes all will be on what is currently the southbound side of the freeway in a project that is scheduled to stretch into October.

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