OVRDC began the process of major highway
corridor transportation planning in 1998.
The agency has participated in the U.S. 23 Corridor Study, the
Portsmouth Bypass Study,
SR 32/US 50/ US 35 Corridor Study, and more.
OVRDC participates in various
Transportation Route Committees; such as US 23 Committee, SR 32/US 50
OVRDC will continue to work with Ohio
Department of Transportation (ODOT) in the future to implement a local
official, rural transportation planning and consultation process.
Additionally OVRDC will work with ODOT to continue the development of a
State Route 32 transportation corridor plan.
In addition, OVRDC works under
Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) to assist communities in applying
for grants under
Access Road Program.
These funds are from the Federal
Highway Trust Fund and are targeted to better link the Region's businesses,
communities, and residents to the
Highway System (ADHS) and to other key parts of the Region's
Learn more about:
Highway System (ADHS)
Link to view ADHS:
Online GIS and
Transportation planning isn’t just about
roads, it’s about life, communities, and our future.
Various corridor maps, plans and data
are available upon request.