The Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) Location Based Response System (LBRS) establishes partnerships between State and County government for the creation of spatially accurate street centerlines with address ranges and field verified site-specific address locations.
ODOT has been working with the Ohio Geographically Referenced Information Program (OGRIP) to develop a comprehensive, statewide Geographic Information System (GIS). The resulting Location Based Response System (LBRS) will include highly accurate field verified data that is current, complete, consistent and accessible.
As ODOT takes the lead on LBRS, many historical and background documents give a picture of the project's beginnings as well as plans for going forward.
The background of the LBRS project and current documentation are maintained and accessed on this site.
ODOT has identified each county's status in the LBRS submission process. Many of the counties have already begun working with ODOT to submit information, and some have given ODOT complete data sets. While other counties are just beginning to work with ODOT to complete the LBRS. ODOT's County Status Map offers more information.
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The FAQs may change or additional FAQs may be added, so check back here often to keep up with LBRS news.