Program Management staff perform statewide condition and needs analyses, including safety data, on Ohio's road network while managing ODOT's capital programs in a fiscally responsible manner to ensure the best use of taxpayer's dollars on Ohio's transportation system.
"I don't know where I'm going from here, but I promise it won't be boring." ~ David Bowie
Projects, like the Portsmouth Bypass pictured above, require years of planning, millions of dollars in funding and attention from dedicated ODOT staff willing to focus on the details that go into the planning process years before the finished result.
Addresses the needs of people walking and biking while coordinating programs that support Active Transportation.
District Pavement & Bridge Preservation
Provides funding for the preservation and rehabilitation of the Priority, Urban and General System pavements and the state-maintained bridge structures.
Ellis, named for the island, is ODOT internal entry point for all programmed projects from conception to closeout. Ellis Proj is the web application created to provide our external customers access to ODOT’s project information.
Federal Lands Access Program
Provides funding for transportation improvement projects through, near or located within federal lands.
Geologic Site Management Program
Provides funding for slips, landslides, rockfalls, underground mine and erosion projects.
Highway safety includes the projects, programs and initiatives that support keeping the traveling public safe, on highways, roadways, bike paths and sidewalks.
Local Road Access Program
Provides funding for Ohio's 32 Appalachian counties for local access road improvements.
Major Bridge Program
Provides funding specifically for major bridges separate from general system bridge allocation and rehab.
Major Rehab Program
Provides funding for major rehabilitation projects along the multi-lane divided priority system.
Ohio Roadway Functional Class
Administering the functional class guidance for assigning functional classification to roadways and streets within Ohio.
Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP)
Ohio's four-year transportation planning document.
Transportation Review Advisory Council (TRAC)
TRAC members assist ODOT in large project investments.