Transporation Asset Management: The Ohio Experience
- Note From the Director
- Note to the Reader
- Executive Summary
- Agency Facts
- Setting the Stage
- Where is Ohio Today?
- What has Ohio Learned?
- What's Next?
- List of Photos
- Dayton Ohio, home to the Wright Brothers and the birthplace of aviation, provides inspiration to the reconstruction of the I-70 & I-75 interchange.
- Rehabilitating existing roads while maintaining increasingly high levels of traffic requires innovative solutions such as night paving.
- Central Office Hilltop Complex, Columbus, Ohio.
- Ohio's highways are very diverse, ranging from scenic two-lane highways to urban Interstates through America's heartland.
- A wall along I-75 incorporates scale images of the Wright Brothers' historic flight. The length and elevation of the flight match the original 1903 milestone.
- List of Figures
- Figure 1: This screen gives an overview of a project in Ellis: A project is referenced by a Project Identifier called a PID and a project name. The PID for this project is 25817.
- Figure 2: ODOT captures and brings together a host of information pertaining to projects. This is done via a warehouse that is accessible to all users. There are various levels of queries already generated for the users. These can be run by clicking a button. Additionally, all ODOT users are trained on the use of the warehouse so they can run their own queries.
- List of Tables
FRONT COVER PHOTO: The Maumee River Bridge is a cable-stayed structure built to replace an existing draw bridge on a busy Interstate freight corridor. This innovative signature structure incorporates an illuminated central pylon capable of displaying customizable themes that enhance the Toledo skyline.