CHICAGO — Ohio is bringing $175 million of general obligation bonds to market beginning on Wednesday in the first of two borrowings to finance highway capital improvement projects across the state.

The second deal, set for mid-November, will consist of $200 million of grant anticipation revenue bonds. The Garvee deal comes after Fitch Ratings downgraded a swath of Garvee debt last month, including Ohio.

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