Distracted Driving; RTA Redesign Update; Arts Inclusivity

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Millions of drivers will be on the road this weekend traveling during the long Memorial Day weekend. What are the chances some will be looking at their phones, fussing with their radio dials or otherwise not paying attention? Concerns over distracted driving are driving efforts to toughen laws and penalties in Ohio and one of the chief proponents is the governor.  We'll talk with a representative of the Ohio Department of Transportation about a recently released report on distracted driving and recommendations to make the roads safer.      Later, tell the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority how it should remake its service map.  And a conversation about making the arts more inclusive.

 

For More Information:

Ohio Distracted Driving Task Force Report (PDF)

RTA Redesign Study Survey

RTA Pillar Studies
 

Guests: 

Michelle May, Manager, Highway Safety Program, Ohio Department of Transportation 
Joel Freilich, Director Service Management, Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority 
Carrie Wise, Managing Producer, Arts & Culture, Ideastream 
Mark Masuoka, Director, CEO, Akron Art Museum 
Erin Hoppe, Executive Director, VSA Ohio 
 

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