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ODOT Budget Facts

Information on the Ohio's transportation infrastructure funding reflecting the Ohio Legislature's newly passed biennium Transportation Budget.  

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 HB 62 Details

Link to Legislative Service Commission's full text of the Transportation Budget

SECTION 755.50. Any agency or entity, including a local government entity, that receives funding derived from the motor fuel tax levied under Chapter 5735. of the Revised Code, and either expends the funds on a project that takes more than seven business days to complete, or expends $500,000 or more of the funds, shall include on that agency or entity's web site annual status updates on how the funds are being used. Such information may include how much money is spent, when the money is spent, on what projects the money is spent, and similar information demonstrating to the public the use of funds received. 

 ODOT Financial Reports


 Ohio's Online Checkbook


Online Checkbook from the Ohio Treasurer 

Agency spending records for the Ohio Department of Transportation


 Local Gas Tax Revenue

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Estimation of Local Gas Tax Revenues
Download the ODOT Excel Spreadsheet Estimations of Local Gas Tax Revenues for State FYs 2020-2021 based on HB 62 as Signed

 HB 62 Testimonies

Full text of the director's Feb. 21 statement before the Ohio House Finance Committee.
Full text of the director's Feb. 26 statement before the Ohio Senate Transportation, Commerce and Workforce Committee

 Ohio Transportation Forecast

OhioStatehouseAdvisory Committee on Transportation Infrastructure 
          Gov. DeWine created a committee to study current Ohio roadways conditions and recommend options for maintaining and enhancing the state's transportation infrastructure. On Feb. 5, 2019, ODOT Director Marchbanks delivered a testimony to this committee.