Traffic Ohio Supreme Court Rules Cities Aren't Liable If Foliage Obscures Sign But Doesn't Block It Entirely By Karen Kasler • Jun 5, 2018 Karen Kasler The Ohio Supreme Court has ruled that a city can’t be sued if a driver’s view of a stop or other traffic control sign is blocked by shrubs or plants, unless they’re actually growing on the sign. Road Crashes Are Up On Stretches Of Ohio Roads With 70 Mile-Per-Hour Speed Limit By Jo Ingles • Nov 17, 2017 Jo Ingles The 70 mile per hour speed limit that state law now allows on some roads might not be a good idea after all, according to stats from a recent crash report by State Highway Patrol researchers. Police Officers Back New Bill To Increase Penalties On Existing Traffic Law By Jo Ingles • May 10, 2017 Jo Ingles Police say too many drivers aren't obeying the law that says motorists must move over one lane for police officers who have stopped on the side of the road. So, they are backing a bill that would increase penalties for failing to comply with it. Increase In Number Of Deaths On Ohio's Roads This Year By Jo Ingles • Dec 22, 2015 Ohio Department of Transportation More people have died so far this year on Ohio’s roads than last year.