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Ohio Department of Transportation -- Access Ohio
Transcript of Ohio Department of Transportation -- Access Ohio
The Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) developed Access Ohio 2040 (AO40) to
transportation in Ohio. AO40 is a vision for Ohio's future transportation system and outlines the steps to accomplish that vision in the years ahead.
Location of Customers Surveyed
Stakeholder involvement and trend analysis were used to prepare AO40 policy recommendations that will support responsible transportation decisions in the coming decades.
Leveraging state owned assets
Partnering with Local Governments to help stretch budgets
Utilize new funding provisions in MAP-21 for enhanced freight funding
Minimize unspent transportation funds rolling over to following year eroding purchasing power
The Strategic Transportation System (STS) is made up of Ohio's
most utilized and valuable transportation assets, representing the backbone of the state's transportation network.
MPO / RTO Map
Click on the links provided for additional information on each regional need.
Identify data elements to measure performance
Publish a report with conditions and trends
Establish a robust performance management process
Guide transportation investments based on advanced monitoring and operational performance management
Launch a detailed pilot study on selected two-lane corridors to identify and prioritize needs
Coordinate identified improvements with transportation agencies
Publish travel speed data as a direct data feed
Complete a Statewide Transit Needs Study to aid in making effective and informed decisions
Provide rationale and identify projects to meet future transit needs
Work with all stakeholders to establish performance measures for every transit system in Ohio to guide funding decisions
Complete a Statewide Climate Variability Study within the next two years
Factor climate variability into the design, construction and maintenance of ODOTs programs
Designate USBR 50 and submit the final routing to AASHTO within the next 2 years
Develop a protocol for performing bicycle counts and a statewide bicycle count database
Complete the designation of the remaining USBRs (21, 25, 30, and 40)
Strengthen relationships with existing transportation partners to enhance collaboration between state, regional and local transportation agencies
Establish statewide transportation goals and performance measures over the next few years
Address all transportation needs on the regional profiles or partner with the appropriate agencies to facilitate meeting the needs by 2040.
The Recommendations are next.
Slide through this prezi for fun facts on how
Transportation Connects Ohio
and then dive into ODOT's process to
Ohio's future transportation needs.
3 Class I railroads (4,152 route miles)
3 Regional railroads (1,191 route miles)
30 Short line railroads (1,206 route miles)
12 Intermodal facilities
Establish the STS as a tool that state, regional, and local transportation agencies use to prioritize and coordinate additional discretionary transportation investments
has one of the
transportation networks in the
Here are some facts about Ohio's
Roads and Bridges