Transcript DEC 2018 JAN 2019

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1 Dec. 2018/Jan. 2019 Dec. 2018/Jan. 2019

2 Most of I-75 from southern Construction: • A S P ECIA L Findlay to I-280 in Toledo (more than 50 miles!) Lu ca s ODOT Fulton has been or is currently being widened and Williams Ottawa reconstructed to improve travels in Northwest MESSAGE FROM Ohio. Districts 1 & 2 have worked closely Achievements together throughout these projects. THE DIRECTOR Wood Sandusky Henr y There has been incredible Maintenance: • In a few more days I will complete my fourth 4-year advancement and investment in District 2011-2018 term as director. I will genuinely miss the people of ODOT. 2’s snow and ice operations program: a Senec equipment, technology, education and most It has been an honor and a pleasure to be associated importantly people. District 2 is proud to be with you and it has enriched my life. the lead user of liquid de-icer in the state, There are so many great people here; talented, even ahead of a lot of other midwestern and Business & Human Resources: Three of • capable, productive people, truly a lot of “nice people northeastern states. District 2’s eight counties have built and who care.” People who take pride in themselves and moved into new garages. This allowed what they do. Thank you for your effort, hard work and employees to have better working dedication. conditions, more storage and easier access Together we’ve accomplished a great deal these to highways. last eight years. Most importantly, we’ve continued to develop a healthy, positive culture. In addition, since 2011 we’ve invested a record $16 billion dollars in construction projects. We created the Division of Opportunity, Diversity and Inclusion to promote diversity and provide equitable opportunities internally and Erie externally. We helped make the roads safer for our Lorain highway workers by adding roadside workers to the e Deanc move over law. We further improved worker safety and on Hur visibility with the boot, uniform and jacket programs. Medina ODOT launched two new successful hiring initiatives, the veteran’s apprentice program and the second chance Paulding initiative. With the creation of DriveOhio we are pioneering Putnam Hancock smart mobility and safety that will dramatically change Ashland Crawford the transportation landscape. yne Wa We rt Van Wy andot We’ve become a more reliable, professional and Richland Allen productive organization. And that’s just the beginning, if given the opportunity, there is no limit to what the din Har people of ODOT can accomplish. ODOT will continue to be the standard of excellence in government because the men and women of this agency believe in doing District 1 consolidated its operations Operations: • Excellence in the right thing. into a single campus setting in 2014. The $4.2 million Government Remember, the pursuit of excellence is a lot more project included construction of five new buildings fun than settling for mediocrity. The future of the Ohio and added around 50,000 square feet of additional Department of Transportation is bright and promising. operating space to the facility. It is a future of professionalism and pride and a future The New Facilities: district has had two new • Construction: • The reconstruction of the existing full maintenance facilities built in the last eight of continuing to make people’s lives better. lanes of I-75 through the city of Lima and Allen years, and a third is currently being constructed. And by striving to make ODOT a great place to work, County was completed in 2016. The $136 million Additional office space in Medina County has also I hope in some way we’ve made your life better too. project eliminated a failing section of pavement been acquired, allowing employees to travel less You’ve been wonderful. Thanks for everything. and created expansion opportunity for a future while working on projects. Respectfully, third lane. • The district implemented its first Safety Safety: • New Hires: The district’s CDL apprenticeship Corridor on State Route 18, from Windfall Road program, designed to reach an audience that to Medina Line Road. The roadway has seen a otherwise may not consider highway work as a steady rise in accident rates over the past 10 years. career, has resulted in a more diverse workforce. As of 2018, 56 individuals have been hired into the program, 19 as full-time, permanent employees. T ranscrip T • 3 ec 2018/ J an 2019 , D

3 • Snow & Ice Removal: Over the past eight years District 4 has made many • Force Account Work: District 6 has spent nearly half a billion dollars on preservation significant improvements in snow and ice operations, using new technology and preventative maintenance to take care of existing infrastructure between 2011 such as the Tow Plow, EPOKE and dual wing plows. Installing heated cab steps and 2018. District 6 forces replaced nearly 600 culverts and paved 58,000 tons of have reduced the number of slips and falls during winter. asphalt during the last eight years. Ashtabula Distracted Driving: In the past few years, thousands of high school students • Safety: After Lee Rizor was killed on the job in 2013, District 6 worked • learned about the dangers of distracted driving through a simulator provided with Director Wray to successfully expand Ohio’s Move Over law Marion by District 4. In 2018, the state’s first Distracted Driving Safety Corridor was to include roadside workers. District 6 took the lead on Move Over formed along I-76/I-80 in Mahoning and Trumbull counties to provide further awareness events at highway rest areas to increase public education ow Morr education and enforcement. and promote driver safety. Trumbull • Turnpike Funded Projects: In 2013, District 4 received $220 million dollars • In the past year, District 6 has grown its Facebook Communications: Delawa re Union in Turnpike funding for the widening of I-271 in the city of Macedonia, the followers by 54%, and even had a post reach nearly three-quarters Po rtage I-80 widening project in Mahoning and Trumbull counties and the I-76/Main/ of a million people. Summit Broadway project in the city of Akron. District 4 was able to swiftly deliver Mahoning construction plans for bidding. Franklin Stark Madison Pickaway e Fayett Excellence in Government: Other ODOT Accomplishments Healthier Culture: Safe. Visible. Professional: ODOT implemented the • Since 2011, the department has • first-of-its-kind safety jacket, boot and high visibility improved it's Work Life Index, from 70% in 2012 to 75.8% t-shirt programs to improve safety and visibility for those in 2018, making ODOT in the top 11% of businesses as it working on the side of the road. relates to employee satisfaction. The department joins • Distracted Driving Taskforce: Social Media: • In 2018 ODOT launches its first-ever social with ODPS to tackle a growing national problem. media campaign asking Ohioans how they drive safe. Data reveals ODOT has hired more Diverse Hiring: • Since increasing the Force Force Account Work: • veterans, women, and minorities since 2011 then at any Amount limit, ODOT's highway maintenance have The $31.6 million project Cherry Valley Interchange: • performed more large-scale work than ever before, other time in its history. not only enhanced capacity and traffic flow on State replacing hundreds of culverts, paving hundreds of The department re-brands its existing OHGO: • Route 16 in Licking County, it also improved safety and lane miles and repairing landslides. Kno x website and updates it to include real-time traffic and connections between local and state roads in the area. • Using a dashboard camera and web GPS/AVL: construction updates. The amount of dirt moved on this project could fill the n to Coshoc interface, the GPS/AVL application allows managers Longaberger Basket five times. Transportation Asset Management Plan: • With more to see real-time weather conditions and status of snow than $21 billion dollars in assets, TAM uses reliable data to • Unique to District 5 is the Highway Maintenance: plow trucks. help drive systematic and strategic investment decisions Boring Machine, which is used to replace culverts. The Licking Guernsey DriveOhio is Born: • Governor Kasich travels to Central for operating, maintaining, upgrading and expanding Boring Machine helps replace culverts without having to Office to sign an executive order to create Ohio's physical assets effectively over their life cycle. Ultimately, Muskingum close a road, making motorists commute much easier. one-stop-shop for the development of smart mobility this leads to a more reliable, sustainable transportation Carroll Interchange: • The Carroll Interchange project technologies. system. eliminated the intersection at Winchester Road and • Division of Opportunity, Diversity, and Inclusion: eld Fair Zero-Based Budgeting: • This style of budgeting not only U.S. Route 33, replacing it with a new interchange with y Perr The department opens first-of-its-kind office to foster allowed ODOT to reduce costs and increase operational ramps and connector roads. The much needed change fairness, opportunity and equality for all employees as savings, but to better align resources with true needs will alleviate congestion and allow for a better flow of well as the employees of our consultants and contractors. of the department. traffic in the area. 4 • T • 5 T , D ec 2018/ J an 2019 T ranscrip T , D ec 2018/ J an 2019 ranscrip

4 • Southern Ohio Veterans Memorial Highway: After more than Completed a year ahead of schedule Construction: • half a century in the making, the new State Route 823 in Scioto and a million dollars below budget, the I-75 Modernization County opened. The state’s single, largest earthwork project to Project through Dayton created three continuous lanes date, this project created a 16-mile, four-lane route connecting through the city. It eliminated left-hand entrance and e Auglaiz Ross U.S. 23 at Lucasville to U.S. 52 near Sciotoville in Scioto County. exit ramps and created a safer roadway that had not cer Mer been updated since the 1950s. • Since 2014, District 9 has opened New Facilities: Highland Logan four new, full-service highway maintenance facilities • Business & Human Resources: Over the past eight y Shelb in Highland, Adams, Brown and Ross counties. In years, district employees learned to cross departmental Pike Jackson addition, the district constructed a new salt barn to boundaries and work together, to work safely, and with share with Gallia County and made improvements and a more positive attitude toward the work day. District e Dark Brow n Champaign upgrades to its Jackson and Scioto County garages. 4’s work life index has risen to 77.7%, which is above the Miami Adams o Sciot statewide goal of 75%. • District 9’s Safety Department is dedicated Safety: • The reorganization of the Planning, Engineering to the prevention of accidents and injuries, and Clark and Construction sections into the Capital Program’s this has been evidenced over the last eight years y Department has improved the project development as the district has seen a decrease in accidents e enc Lawr process, provided flexibility in the completion of work and injuries. The district has consistently had one functions, and created better communication and an of the best safety records in the state, with regular Montgomer improved work process overall. inspections and routine training. Construction: Paving-Train crews in District • 10 continue to place more asphalt than any Tagging Savings: • District 8 engineer Jon Milosky’s 2015 suggestion Noble Monr oe other district, averaging 30,000 tons per season. of tagging the exterior of approved concrete trucks increased Preble gan Mor During the past two paving seasons, temporary project inspectors’ ability to prohibit the use of substandard Greene transportation managers have been assigned materials on ODOT projects. The change saves labor time and to oversee paving train operations. costs and ultimately provides ODOT a better product that results Washington Hocking in longer life cycle rate of return. • ER Event: The 2018 construction season Butler Warr en was unlike any other for District 10, with 80 • The August 2017 completion of New I-71/MLK Urban interchange: Athens n Clinto emergency landslide projects added to the the new Interstate 71 and Martin Luther King Jr. urban interchange Vinton regularly scheduled construction program. greatly improved access into, out of and through Cincinnati’s It has been an all-hands-on-deck situation, Hamilton second largest employment center. The $80 million project went t Meigs with nearly every department contributing in from concept to completion in four years enhancing travel some way. for more than 45,000 residents and 55,000 employees in the surrounding “Uptown” neighborhoods. • Nelsonville Bypass: The fifth anniversary of Gallia the Nelsonville Bypass was marked on October Clermon • In 2017 District 8 launched its combined capital and operating Ask to Know: 1, 2018. The last section between Athens and work plan survey of its employees to receive input on where the problems and Columbus to be made a four-lane. It alleviated issues are on the routes they drive every day. This survey effort successfully a major safety issue on old U.S. Route 33 through engaged county and district personnel in identifying areas and issues that Nelsonville. needed to be evaluated as part of the work plan process. 2019 T ranscrip T , D ec 2018/ J an 2019 7 • T ranscrip T 6 • D ecember 2018 7 • T ranscrip T , D ec 2018/ J an ,

5 • Roadway Services Innovation: This project was • No Lost Time: On August 8, 2018, Holmes County celebrated 10 years of no lost time due to injury. Holmes County Garage completed in the fall of this year in Belmont County. The $19.5 million investment in northeast Ohio will employees have not missed a single day of work due to injury in 10 years. increase safety and the flow of traffic through this area. • Interchange Improvement: District 11 Roadway Services employees recently repaired a delaminated pier cap on a State Route 11 bridge in Columbiana County. District staff found a process that saved time and was a fifth of the cost by completing this work in-house while causing little disruption to the traveling public. Columbiana oll Carr Holmes Harrison Tuscarawas Jeerson t Belmon Lake Geauga yahoga Cu • New Facilities: In the last eight years, District 12 constructed the new is produced by Transcript Euclid Full Service Maintenance Facility in 2013, Warrensville Full Service the Ohio Department of Transportation Division of Communications. Maintenance Facility in 2016 and is in the process of constructing a new Please direct comments or inquiries to Cleveland Full Service Maintenance Facility. When completed, the Cleveland [email protected] facility will be the largest ODOT maintenance garage in the state. • Innerbelt Bridges: With the westbound span opening in 2013, followed by www.transportation.ohio.gov the eastbound span in 2016, The George V. Voinovich Bridge now carries com www.OHGO. I-90 sum of 4,000 feet across the Cuyahoga River and CSX Railroad. TA TRANSPOR TION ARTMENT OF OHIO DEP • Republican National Convention: Hosted in Cleveland in July 2016, the LUMBUS, OHIO 43223 1980 W. BRO AD ST . • CO Phone: 614-466-7170 • x: 614-644-8662 Fa event brought together the efforts of districts 12, 4, 3 and Central Office Jerr John R. Kasich, Governor ct y Wr ay , Dire or to provide planning assistance, beautification efforts and emergency IS AN EQU ODOT ER and PROVIDER OF SERVICES AL OPPO RT UNIT Y EMPL OY response services as needed. an ec , D T ranscrip T 8 • 2018/ J 2019

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