The Division of Planning’s staff analyze data to report on the performance of Ohio's transportation systems and forecast future needs. This insight informs the on-going planning process that maps out the future of the state's transportation system. Planning staff accomplishes their goals through the efforts of the following working units:
Providing information, policy and training to governmental bodies for safe, efficient and environmentally compliant transportation plans.
- Cultural Resources
- Ecological Resources
- Waterway Permits
- Historic Bridges
- Ohio Byways
- NEPA Assignment
- Public Involvement
Coordinating functions related to cooperative construction projects with local governments through training and funding programs.
Performing statewide conditions and needs analyses to manage the state's capital programs.
- Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP)
- Transportation Review Advisory Council (TRAC)
- Major Programs
- Highway Safety
- Active Transportation
- Safe Routes to School
- Ellis - Capital Reporting
Statewide Planning & Research
Managing statewide and regional planning efforts to ensure transportation needs are met in a cooperative and equitable process.
- ODOT Research
- Martime Assistance Program
- Metropolitan Planning
- Rural Planning
- Modeling & Forecasting
- Transport Ohio
- Statewide Planning Public Involvement
- Access Ohio 2045
Collecting data statewide and maintaining a data repository that supports and informs decision-makers throughout Ohio.
- Asset Management
- Transportation Information Management
- Traffic Monitoring
- Highway Infrastructure Management
Coordinating public transportation initiatives through funding and training activities.