A historical overview of ODOT Initiatives from 2001 through 2011
Complete 2008-2009 Strategic Initiatives in PDF format (297 Kb)
Strategic Initiative OneRestore fiscal responsibility by adjusting ODOT’s finances to address continued construction cost inflation, flat state revenues, and past program decisions; and adopt improved procedures in the Major New Construction program to match realistic trends in revenue and construction costs
Strategic Initiative TwoPromote a comprehensive state and federal legislative agenda, emphasizing cooperation instead of competition, to advance Governor Strickland’s Turnaround Ohio transportation initiatives
Strategic Initiative ThreeIn addition to our priorities of safety and congestion-reduction, broaden the criteria for project selection, especially in the category of Major New Construction, to include economic development, cost/benefit analysis, and opportunities for multi-modal integration and urban revitalization
Strategic Initiative FourEstablish “Smart Growth” strategies to ensure ODOT projects take growth and local land use issues into account
Strategic Initiative FiveImplement and advance cost-effective strategies for pavement preservation
Strategic Initiative SixImplement additional cost-effective strategies for traffic flow and traveler information
(originally published as part of ODOT's 2008-2009 Business Plan)
Complete 2006-2007 Strategic Initiatives in PDF format (297 Kb)
Strategic Initiative OneDeliver the Jobs and Progress Plan
Strategic Initiative TwoRefine, Re-focus and Respond To Ohio’s High-Crash Locations
Strategic Initiative ThreeComplete the Highway Technician Comprehensive Training Program
Strategic Initiative FourContinuously Improve County Operations By Using Business Tools
Strategic Initiative FiveContinuously Improve the Pavement Management Process
(originally published as part of ODOT's 2006-2007 Business Plan)
Complete 2004-2005 Strategic Initiatives in PDF format (142 Kb)
Initiative OneDeliver the Jobs and Progress Plan
Initiative TwoComplete the Safety and Congestion Plan
Initiative ThreeSustain a Steady State of Acceptable Conditions
Initiative FourAdopt A Comprehensive Pavement Management Process
Initiative Five Implement a Comprehensive Training Program For Construction and Highway Management
(originally published as part of ODOT's 2004-2005 Business Plan)
Complete ODOT 2003 Strategic Initiatives in PDF format (689 Kb)
Strategic Initiative OneImplementation of a modern, customer-friendly project management system and the associated business rules
Strategic Initiative TwoImplement strategies to maximize traffic flow on the state highway system
Strategic Initiative ThreeDevelop a sound, effective crash reporting and analysis system for safety
Strategic Initiative FourUpdate Access Ohio
Strategic Initiative FiveODOT will enhance its partnership with local governments to improve Ohio’s transportation system
Strategic Initiative SixODOT will improve the quality of its construction plans
Strategic Initiative SevenRe-defining county priorities
Strategic Initiative EightContinue to improve snow and ice control
Strategic Initiative NineBuild bridges faster, smarter, better
Strategic Initiative TenImprove construction administration
Strategic Initiative ElevenDevelop a strategy to better communicate and implement “ODOT Way” to all levels of the organization
Strategic Initiative TwelveCustomer focus
Strategic Initiative ThirteenImprove ODOT’s accounting information system for more effective decision making
Complete ODOT 2002 Strategic Initiatives in PDF format (232 Kb)
Initiative OneUpdate ACCESS Ohio
Initiative TwoDevelop Strategies to Measure and Manage Congestion
Initiative ThreeODOT Will Develop a Modern, Customer-Friendly Project Management System
Initiative FourRe-Defining County Priorities
Initiative Five Build Bridges Faster, Smarter, Better
Initiative SixODOT Will Improve the Quality of Its Construction Plans
Initiative Seven ODOT Will Modernize Its Construction Administration Practices
Initiative Eight Dramatically Change the Way ODOT Currently Tests and Accepts Materials
Initiative Nine Develop Innovative Contracting Methods
Initiative Ten Expand Partnering
Initiative Eleven ODOT Will Continue to Emphasize Its Snow and Ice Initiative
Complete ODOT 2001 Strategic Initiatives in PDF format (36 Kb)
Initiative One:ODOT will adopt clear goals to improve conditions on its freeway network.
Initiative Two:ODOT will develop and implement a comprehensive strategy for measuring and managing congestion in Ohio.
Initiative Three:ODOT will adopt a "sufficiency rating" system to measure roadway trends in Ohio.
Initiative Four:ODOT will enhance its snow and ice operations with state-of-the-art technology and practices.
Initiative Five: ODOT will renew its commitment to Quality Principles.
Initiative Six: ODOT will adopt a comprehensive statewide communication strategy.
Initiative Seven: ODOT will embrace partnering with contractors to improve quality and to reduce disputes.
Initiative Eight: ODOT will complete the integration of the annual work plan into its processes.
Initiative Nine: ODOT will adopt the Design-Build process as an additional project delivery method.
Initiative Ten: ODOT will develop a modern, customer-friendly project management system.
originally part of ODOT's State of the Transportation System 2000