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Congestion Priority List - 2012

Each year the Ohio Department of Transportation studies and addresses Congested Locations, which are identified by calculating a roadway's volume to capacity ratio (V/C). This calculation compares the volume of traffic with the capacity (number of lanes) of the roadway to handle it. Roadway sections with V/C ratios greater than 1.0 are considered congested and added to the work plan and sections with V/C ratios between 0.9 and 1.0 are added if they are outside of Columbus, Cincinnati, and Cleveland.




Derek Troyer
(614) 387-5164


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 Congestion Locations Lists & Maps

expand Category : 01 - Location List ‎(3)
expand Category : 02 - Statewide Map ‎(1)
expand Category : 03 - District Map ‎(12)


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Section 148(g)(4) stipulates that data compiled or collected for the preparation of safety lists “…shall not be subject to discovery or admitted into evidence in a Federal or State court proceeding or considered for other purposes in an action for damages arising from any occurrence at a location identified or addressed in such reports…” This information is also protected by 23 USC 409 (discovery and admission as evidence of certain reports and surveys).