U.S. Route 33

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The National Transportation Safety Board, which is looking into the fatal crash last month of an SUV using Tesla's Autopilot system, said it is removing the high-tech automaker from the probe for improperly disclosing details of the investigation.

Tesla says it withdrew from the investigation.

The NTSB is examining last month's crash of a 2017 Tesla Model X near Mountain View, Calif. The vehicle crashed into a concrete lane divider, killing the driver, Walter Huang.

Dublin police say it'll be several weeks before they know what caused Thursday's fatal crash on U.S. Route 33.

Dublin police investigators have been unable to determine the cause of the gasoline tanker truck crash last January at the exit ramp from U.S. Route 33 East to I-270 North.

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Ohio Governor John Kasich say an automotive testing facility near Columbus will get a 45 million dollar grant to expand as the state attempts to become a  leader in autonomous vehicle research and smart road technology.

The Ohio Department of Transportation says the U.S. Route 33 east ramp to I-270 north on the northwest side will be reopened in time for the Thursday morning commute, weather permitting.

Authorities have released the name of the driver of a tanker killed when his vehicle crashed and burst into flames on the exit ramp from U.S. 33 to I-270 on the northwest side yesterday.

Ohio Department of Transportation

The state will invest 15 million dollars to support research in self-driving highway technology along a 35-mile stretch of  U.S. Route 33 between Dublin and East Liberty.

State officials say Ohio is making new investments to support innovative transportation technology, like a self-driving truck that will begin traveling this week on U.S. Route 33 and the Ohio Turnpike.

The Ohio Department of Transportation now says the closed I-270 southbound ramp to westbound U.S. Route 33 on the north side will reopen tomorrow, weather permitting.

The Ohio Department of Transportation has closed the I-270 southbound ramp to westbound State Route 33 on the north side out of concern it might collapse under heavy rainfall expected in the next few days.

The Ohio Department of Transportation plans to fill the abandoned coal mine that's causing U.S. Route 33 in southeast Ohio to sag.

The Ohio Department of Transportation says more than 350 million dollars in road construction projects are scheduled to begin this year in central Ohio.

Madison Township Crash Claims One Life

Dec 16, 2014

Franklin County Sheriff's deputies say a 63-year-old man was killed last night in a head-on collision on U.S. Route 33 in Madison Township.

Abandoned Coal Mine Void Could Harm Roadway

Aug 26, 2014

State transportation officials believe a section of U.S. Route 33 in Nelsonville is sagging because of abandoned coal mine space beneath the road, and they're trying to pinpoint the problem areas.

Nelsonville Bypass Opens

Oct 1, 2013

State transportation officials today opened a new U.S. Route 33 bypass around Nelsonville that cuts through the Wayne National Forest.