ODOT Transportation Survey

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ODOT Survey: Your Transportation Priorities


Have you ever wanted to tell state officials how you’d like your transportation dollars spent?

Ohio’s long-term transportation plan, Access Ohio, is looking ahead to 2040. The Ohio Department of Transportation has released a survey to measure public opinion regarding the direction of Ohio’s transportation strategies in the upcoming years.

This survey allows you to have your voice heard in identifying your transportation priorities.

With your help, transit initiatives could see increased investment and expansion across Ohio. The survey allows for a prioritization of transportation investment strategies, such as providing more public transportation and investing in transportation options that encourage growth and development.

Please consider taking a few minutes of your time to show your support for projects that matter to you so that Ohio can continue to make smart, sustainable transportation plans.

It’s your money, so make your voice heard! Visit this page today!

2 thoughts on “ODOT Transportation Survey

    Nathanael said:
    August 30, 2012 at 12:57 pm

    The survey’s rather biased, both in favor of roads, and in favor of in-state activity. I managed to tell them that I repeatedly cancelled visits to conventions in Cincinnati and Columbus because you can’t reasonably get to either city by train, but the survey is designed to prevent people from being able to communicate things like that.

    Susan said:
    March 31, 2013 at 4:40 pm

    The streetcar is not a bad idea, but it goes no-where to nowhere. Unless the line is lengthened, the project is absolutely pointless. A waste of money. And a short line is ideal for short one-man heritage streetcars, such as in Tampa and Arkansas. Not articulated monsters.

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