Providing Labor Market Context for Debt-Related Driver’s License Suspensions in Ohio

Abstract: More than 60 percent of Ohio’s driver’s license suspensions do not stem from bad driving; instead, they arise because the driver owes an unpaid debt. Debt-related suspensions (DRS) could prevent people from getting to work where they could make the money needed to repay the debt. In this report, we investigate whether DRS has implications for Ohio’s labor force.

Keywords: transportation; workforce develoment; economic inclusion;

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Provider: Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland

Part of Series: Community Development Publications

Publication Date: 2024-02-28