Ohio Department of Transportation : Annual Report Fiscal Year 2011
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Ohio Department of Transportation : Annual Report Fiscal Year 2011

  • 2011-07-01

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      On behalf of the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT), it is my pleasure to offer the following Annual Report for Fiscal Year 2011. The document gives an overview of ODOT’s system and offers highlights on the recent fiscal and operational accomplishments of the department. When returning as Director for my second stint in January of this year, I recognized and expressed to my fellow public servants here at ODOT that the strength of our agency has always been with its people, and together we can – we will – accomplish great things. We are actively and collectively developing a new strategic direction for the department, centered on a refocused vision of being a long-term, reliable, professional, and highly productive organization. ODOT is also dedicated to working with our local communities, and exploring innovative new opportunities provided by Public Private Partnerships (P3). While the strategic process is - and will remain- ongoing, our overall vision provides the department with the strong foundation it needs to be a lean, effective and efficient steward of the state’s transportation system. The state’s economic challenges, coupled with ever-limiting Federal resources, further warrant our renewed commitment to accountability, flexibility, safety and reliability. By establishing and following a clear and well-defined performance-based approach to every aspect of the agency’s operation, ODOT will plan, build and maintain a stronger transportation network today and for the future. ODOT’s continuing goal is serving Ohio by wisely addressing current transportation needs while facilitating – not impeding – continued development. With solid priorities and a spirit of cooperation, we are uniquely poised to meet the challenges of this next decade.
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