ODOT & Transportation Facts
What does ODOT do for you?
Transportation impacts our lives each day—from the bridges you cross to the signs you read to the construction reports you follow. A good transportation system allows us to drive or carpool to work, enjoy recreational activities and access health care. It allows companies to supply products and services to consumers.
The Oklahoma Department of Transportation (ODOT) ensures Oklahoma has a safe and efficient highway system by building and maintaining interstates, U.S. highways and state highways.
To accomplish this goal, ODOT conducts three primary services:
- snow and ice operations;
- roadway maintenance and preservation; and
- construction management.
That isn't all ...
However, ODOT provides much more:
- Traffic monitoring
- Transit development and grants
- Local Government resources
Oklahoma Transportation includes the Office of Mobility and Transit. The states first public transit plan, themed "Oklahoma Mobility," is being developed in partnership between ODOT and the Oklahoma Transit Association and includes input from rural and urban transit providers and stakeholders. Additionally, Oklahoma Transportation supports aviation interests statewide with the Oklahoma Aeronautics Commission
Partnering with the Oklahoma Turnpike Authority, we provide our customers with a choice of a safe, convenient, efficient, user-funded transportation network focusing on fiscal responsibility and promoting economic development.