ODOT Transit staff coodinate several programs that ensure funding, participation and quality assurance for Ohio's urban and rural transit riders. ODOT is in a unique position to work with state, local and federal government agencies as well as initiatives, projects and programs outside of government but relevant to Ohioans who depend on transit initiatives to get them where they need to go.
Vehicle Contracts & Disposition
Transit coordinates the purchase of vehicles for local government agencies through ODOT's Cooperative Purchasing Program.
Technical Assistance Reviews
ODOT reviews and ensures that Rural and Specialized Transit Programs are complying with federal laws.
Transit Transportation Improvement Program is coordination of transit projects for the Statewide Transportation Improvement Plan (STIP).
Coordinating Transit Project Data for Ellis, TIP, & STIP
Training support on new tools to improve coordination of ODOT's Ellis project management system and Transit STIP/TIP data
Transit Asset Management (TAM)
Improving asset management practices of transit capital assets in order to maintain a State of Good Repair.
State Safety Oversight
Fulfilling a federal requirement to ensure states have and implement a State Safety and Security Oversight program for its rail transit system.
Public Transportation Agency Safety Plan (PTASP)
A federal program ensuring safety requirements are met.
A multi-agency effort to improve Ohio's health and human services transportation network while mitigating fraud.
List of Coordinated Plans
The most up-to-date Coordinated Plans.
Coordinating Transit Projects for Planning
Coordination between Ohio's transit agencies, Metropolitan Planning Organizations and ODOT explained.
Coordinated Transportation Plans
Identifies community resources for transportation and mobility in an effort to understand gaps and unmet needs.
Civil Rights and Transit Compliance
Transit compliance with federal civil rights laws and regulations as it applies to transit funding and applicable programs.