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HIT THE ROAD RUNNING CAMPAIGN
The Hit The Road Running campaign was a comprehensive plan to communicate how ODOT will make Ohio’s road network safer through greater efficiency.
Vision 2006 comprises the mission, vision, values and goals ODOT uses to implement the plan to provide our neighbors, our communities and our state with the modern and safe transportation system Ohio needs.
Strategic Initiatives are the means ODOT uses to achieve our mission, vision, values and goals.
Statewide Strategic Initiatives for State Fiscal Year 2002:
Update ACCESS Ohio
Develop Strategies to Measure and Manage Congestion
ODOT Will Develop a Modern, Customer-Friendly Project Management System
Re-Defining County Priorities
Build Bridges Faster, Smarter, Better
ODOT Will Improve the Quality of Its Construction Plans
ODOT Will Modernize Its Construction Administration Practices
Dramatically Change the Way ODOT Currently Tests and Accepts Materials
Develop Innovative Contracting Methods
ODOT Will Continue to Emphasize Its Snow and Ice Initiative
Statewide Strategic Initiatives for State Fiscal Year 2001:
ODOT will adopt clear goals to improve conditions on its freeway network.
ODOT will develop and implement a comprehensive strategy for measuring and managing congestion in Ohio.
ODOT will adopt a "sufficiency rating" system to measure roadway trends in Ohio.
ODOT will enhance its snow and ice operations with state-of-the-art technology and practices.
ODOT will renew its commitment to Quality Principles.
ODOT will adopt a comprehensive statewide communication strategy.
ODOT will embrace partnering with contractors to improve quality and to reduce disputes.
ODOT will complete the integration of the annual work plan into its processes.
ODOT will adopt the Design-Build process as an additional project delivery method.
ODOT will develop a modern, customer-friendly project management system.