Thursday, July 19, 2012

ODOT posts survey for long-term transportation plan

The Ohio Department of Transportation is seeking public input through a preferences survey as part of its Access Ohio 2040 long-term transportation plan.

The plan, to be completed next year, will include a comprehensive inventory, forecast, and analysis of the trends and issues affecting all modes of transportation throughout the state. Data collected will be used to inform transportation policies and investment strategies for the coming years.

The project launched with a steering committee meeting on May 30 in Columbus.

The previous long-range plan, Access Ohio 2030, was completed in 2004.

Previous reading on BC:
Ordinances passed for high friction pavement, Winton projects (7/9/12)
'Lunken to Salem' trail underway (6/19/12)
Waldvogel/Sixth St lane closures (3/6/12)
Open houses for East Side commuter rail study begin tonight (4/5/11)
City to accept up to $12M for Kennedy Connector road project (3/28/11)