ODOT Organization, Planning and Performance Information
Describes the function of the Oklahoma Transportation Commission and ODOT’s mission, organizational structure, funding, investment strategies, priorities and various programs
Describes the efforts of the Oklahoma Department of Transportation to improve the state’s bridge infrastructure through continuous system needs analysis and determination of available funding to establish investment strategies for effectively maintaining, rehabilitating, and replacement of bridges
The Oklahoma Department of Transportation analyzes freight flows within, through and into and out of the State of Oklahoma. Freight flows reflect the most recent year for which consistent and comprehensive data are accessible for each freight mode. This report describes freight flows on major highways, the freight rail network and also the McClellan-Kerr Arkansas River Navigation System (MKARNS) in Oklahoma.
Information on the Department’s new Office of Mobility and Public Transit. The publication also contains information on rural and urban public transportation, bicycle and pedestrian efforts and passenger rail transportation in Oklahoma.
In 2019, in accordance with House Bill 1365, the Oklahoma Department of Transportation established the Office of Mobility and Public Transit to improve the delivery and coordination of public transit services, ensuring that resources are aligned to meet mobility needs across Oklahoma. To aid in this effort, the Oklahoma Public Transit Policy Plan was developed as a joint effort by ODOT and the Oklahoma Transit Association and completed in 2020.
Annually updated plan approved by the Transportation Commission that encompasses critical transportation improvement projects on state and U.S. highways and interstates. Includes maps of planned projects in each of ODOT’s eight field divisions
Planned projects in the County Improvements for Roads and Bridges program annually updated in partnership with county commissioners and approved by the Transportation Commission
The Long Range Transportation Plan will help provide a long-term vision for highways, rural public transit, waterways, state-owned rail,airport access and pedestrian and bicycle facilities. It addresses goals related to safe and secure travel, infrastructure preservation, mobility choice, connectivity and accessibility, freight and economic vitality, environmental responsibility and efficient intermodal system management and operations