2088 S. Arlington Road, Akron, OH 44306 • Phone: 330-786-3100
Gery Noirot, P.E., District Deputy Director
ODOT District 4 serves Ashtabula, Mahoning, Portage, Stark, Summit and Trumbull counties in northeast Ohio, including the greater Akron-Canton and Youngstown regions. Headquartered in Akron, the district maintains over 5,900 lane miles of interstate, federal, and state highways and 1,400 bridges throughout its six-county region.
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Projects Open for Public Comment
See environmental documentation and projects open for public comment.
Know before you go with Ohio's official traffic website and mobile app! See traffic alerts; weather, flooding and incident-related road closures; live cameras; and more.
Right-of-Way and Utility Permits
Work performed along state right-of-way may require a permit from ODOT. Learn more here and apply for a permit online.
Roadway Defects and Damage Claims
Experience damage as a result of a pothole or debris on a state highway? Use this form to report it to us.
The Adopt-A-Highway program allows communities and residents of Ohio to help keep their state clean and free from litter.
A Restricted Crossing U-Turn (RCUT) is a non-traditional intersection that can ease traffic movements and enhance safety.
View and order the official Ohio transportation map, and access other various state maps.
From the gorgeous shores of Lake Erie to the historic Ohio River valley, there are 27 designated Scenic Byways to explore.