The Ohio Department of Transportation recently released estimated revenues from the newly passed 10.5-cent-per-gallon gas tax hike.
The county, for example, will reap the biggest reward next year, with about $1.5 million more in fuel tax funding. The city of Hamilton is next with about $1.2 million in extra funding.
The Journal-News studied data about Ohio’s new gas tax to determine how much more local communities will get and asked local communities how that boost affects for plans for a special report that published on Sunday »
Explore the table below to see how much more Butler County communities and townships will receive from the increase.
Source: Ohio Department of Transportation
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