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Plans, builds, and maintains a safe, efficient, and accessible transportation system that integrates highway, rail, air and water networks

The Ohio Department of Transportation (DOT) helps coordinate and develop Ohio's public transportation and aviation programs which include 61 public transit systems and 177 other public-use airports and heliports.

The department's priorities are to:

  • Maintain the department's existing road and bridge infrastructure at a steady and sustainable condition level.
  • Maintain the highest levels of snow and ice control to promote safety, reduce congestion, and minimize negative economic impacts of weather events on Ohio's economy.
  • Improve highway safety for drivers on Ohio's highways.
  • Develop new and innovative approaches to managing, maintaining, operating and building our infrastructure assets to reduce costs, enhance efficiency, and generate revenue.
  • Continue to be a reliable partner with local communities and identify ways to promote jobs and commerce in Ohio by aligning transportation investments and strategies with the needs of Ohio's businesses and workers.
  • Continue to promote a multimodal approach to transportation including public transit, aviation, and waterways.
  • Provide a meaningful and safe work environment as well as promote opportunity and diversity.

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Get in touch

Ohio Department of Transportation

1980 W. Broad St., Columbus, OH 43223
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Phone: (614) 466-7170
Fax: (614) 644-8662
Ohio Relay Service: 711