Ohio Department of Transportation : 2008-2009 Business Plan
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Ohio Department of Transportation : 2008-2009 Business Plan

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      On behalf of the new Administration of Governor Ted Strickland and the more than 6,000 hard working men and women of the Ohio Department of Transportation, I am pleased to submit the Ohio Department of Transportation 2008-2009 Business Plan.

      This bold new plan sets forth the values, goals and initiatives of this department and how ODOT plans to use its personnel and resources to promote safety and reduce congestion on our transportation system, encourage economic development across our state, and advance a multi-modal approach to addressing Ohio’s transportation needs.

      The department will pursue these important efforts during very challenging times for the transportation industry, both here in our state and across our country. As an administration, we have taken extra time and attention to best understand the challenges before us, without rushing to hasty reaction.

      The current demands on our transportation system, flat state revenue, double digit highway construction cost inflation, and past programming decisions point to a simple and candid need for our state to have a new, robust dialogue on Ohio’s transportation priorities for this new century.

      As we chart out this new course, our leaders must be united in purpose and resolved to pursue transportation investments that will position Ohio as an economic leader for decades to come. As a state, we must also be prepared to fight for our fair share of federal resources, and be willing to give state and local governments – along with the private sector – innovative tools to finance future investments.

      Ohio’s citizens should play a key role in this statewide dialogue, as we strive to provide a reliable and modernized system to carry the state’s motorists, businesses and travelers into the 21st Century.

      The Ohio Department of Transportation is ready to fulfill its role in examining how transportation investments are made, how sound engineering and financial responsibility can work in tandem, how services can be provided to our citizens, and how we advance the best projects to benefit all of our great state.

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