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ODOT uses in-depth analysis of road conditions to determine road resurfacing priorities. Traffic volume, expected growth and more are factored in to help us make better decisions when spending taxpayer dollars.
ODOT's preservation strategy is to get the longest life possible out of our road and bridge surfaces, with the best quality possible. That's why ODOT is cleaning, sweeping, sealing, painting and resurfacing statewide on a more aggressive schedule than ever.
Successful preservation depends on partnerships between ODOT planning and operations crews, contractors, and Ohio's businesses and citizens. By working together, we support 5.5 million jobs that rely on our transportation infrastructure.
The Ohio Department of Transportation
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John R. Kasich, Governor
Jerry Wray, ODOT Director