Cultural Resources staff are dedicated to the identification and consideration of impacts on Ohio's archaeological sites.odx-read-more about the article: Archaeology
Preserving, restoring, relocating and rehabilitating historic bridges is an ODOT tradition.odx-read-more about the article: Historic Bridges
Cultural Resources staff consider how ODOT impacts historical properties, sites, buildings, structures and places.odx-read-more about the article: History/Architecture
The concept of Cultural Resources — the natural and physical environment that Ohioans interact with — is part of every decision ODOT makes regarding transportation projects. A park, a school, a memorial, a cemetary, a bridge, almost anything and everything that impacts an Ohio citizen is taken into consideration before construction begins on a transportation project.
As explaIned on the National Preservation Institute's website:
NEPA itself, and the CEQ regulations, require that agencies consider the effects of their actions on all aspects of the "human environment." Humans relate to their environment through their culture, so the cultural aspects of the environment — for example, cultural uses of the natural environment, the built environment, and human social institutions — obviously must be considered in NEPA analyses.
ODOT's Cultural Resources staff offer assistance and training in the Section 106 process that supports compliance with Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966, the federal law that requires government agencies to take into account the effects of their actions on historic properties.
Staff conduct field surveys, write reports, review and oversee the work of pre-qualified consultants while coordinating with environmental staff in 12 ODOT districts. The entire stafff reflects a broad range of education and experience working with team across various areas of expertise.
A description of what Cultural Resources staff does and a staff contact list.
Cultural Resources staff are dedicated to the identification and consideration of impacts on Ohio's archaeological sites.
Cultural Resources staff consider how ODOT impacts historical properties, sites, buildings, structures and places.
Cultural Resources Manual & Guidance
Supporting the work of transportation professionals who care about the environment Ohioans live in and interact with every day.
Preserving, restoring, relocating and rehabilitating historic bridges is an ODOT tradition.
Section 106 Tribal Consultation
If federally recognized Native American Tribes are affected by a transportation project, federal law requires ODOT to perform project-level tribal consultations.