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 What is the Transportation Review Advisory Council (TRAC)?

 

The Transportation Review Advisory Council (TRAC) was established by Ohio Revised Code in 1997 to help the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) develop and modify a project selection process and which approves funding for the development and construction of the Major New Capacity Program. The major new capacity project selection process operates under the purview of TRAC.

The TRAC has nine members and is chaired by the Director of the ODOT. Six members are appointed by the Governor and one each by the speaker of the Ohio House of Representatives and the president of the Ohio Senate. Members have overlapping terms. The Director provides funds for new construction only after assuring that system preservation needs have been met. The use of the new construction funds is the responsibility of the TRAC, but the TRAC does not have authority over other aspects of the Department of Transportation.