The Ohio Department of Transportation is in the process of updating it long range plan, called Access Ohio, which will guide transportation in Ohio between now and 2040. It’s important that we stress the need to prioritize automobile alternatives — cycling infrastructure, safe sidewalks, and transit and rail — as well as a multimodal, complete streets approach that reduces our environmental footprint and more fairly serves all groups.

 

You can see our comments on the Objectives, Goals, and Critical Success Factors (metrics) of Access Ohio here.

 

If you haven’t yet taken ODOT’s survey about Ohio’s transportation priorities and future, you can access it here.