Toledo Metropolitan Area Council of Governments

Transportation

Freight and Rail Related Maps
TMACOG Area Railroads and Grade Separation Projects:
Railroads with train traffic volumes, rail yard locations, and rail/highway grade separation projects.
Average Daily Truck Traffic Volume:
Average daily traffic (ADT) volumes for trucks for Fulton, Henry, Lucas, Ottawa, Sandusky and Wood counties based on ODOT counts.
National Highway System (NHS) Intermodal Connectors:
Routes designated by the Federal Highway Administration as “vital links” between the National Highway System and important seaport, airport, railroad, or pipeline facilities.

Michigan Weight Designated Permit Routes - Lucas County:
Routes in Lucas County that are designated for use by trucks hauling “Michigan Legal” heavyweight loads (120,000 to 154,000 lbs.). Also indicates jurisdiction over the routes.

Michigan Weight Designated Permit Routes - Fulton and Williams Counties:
Routes in Fulton and Williams counties that are designated for use by trucks hauling “Michigan Legal” heavyweight loads (120,000 to 154,000 lbs.). Also indicates jurisdiction over the routes.
Facilities at the Port of Toledo:
Location of important port facilities at the Port of Toledo, including railroads, rail yards, industry sites, and foreign trade zones.

Northwest Ohio Logistics Investments:
Locations of major logistics facility investments include the Toledo Seaport, Airline Intermodal Yard, Toledo Express Airport, and the Northwest Ohio Terminal in southern Wood County.

Bike Related Maps

TMACOG Regional Bicycle Facilities:
Existing and proposed bike facilities in the TMACOG region.

Chessie Circle Trail:
The Chessie Circle Trail is a future pedestrian and bicycle path to be built within the corridor of the old Toledo Terminal Railroad. The construction of the multi-use path is part of TMACOG’s long range transportation plan for the region.
Regional Bicycle Network:
Various Existing and proposed bicycle routes for on-road or separated pathway classifications
Signed Bike Routes:
Current and proposed signed on-road bike numbered routes
Transit & Passenger Rail Related Maps
Passenger Rail Service - Northwest Ohio and Southeast Michigan:
Present and possible future passenger rail routes and station locations. Proposed routes are based on the Midwest Regional Rail and the Ohio & Lake Erie Regional Rail - Ohio Hub rail system plans. Train volumes (number of round trips) are included for present and future routes.
Toledo Area Transit Systems:
Included are TARTA (Toledo Area Regional Transit Authority) bus routes and express routes, TARTA Call-A-Ride service area, TARTA Park & Ride lots, and Toledo baseball and hockey shuttle pickup locations.  Also included is Bowling Green's BG Transit service area and Bedford Township's Dial-A-Ride area.
Roadway Related Maps
Pavement Condition 2005:
The Pavement Condition Ratings (PCR) provides a uniform measure of conditions on state and local federal aid routes throughout the state of Ohio . This data is compiled by the Ohio Department of Transportation, Office of Innovation, Partnership, and Energy, on a biennial basis. This map presents the PCR in Lucas and Wood counties during the 2005 calendar year.
Pavement Condition 2007:
The Pavement Condition Ratings (PCR) provides a uniform measure of conditions on state and local federal aid routes throughout the state of Ohio . This data is compiled by the Ohio Department of Transportation, Office of Innovation, Partnership, and Energy, on a biennial basis. This map presents the PCR in Lucas and Wood counties during the 2007 calendar year.
Pavement Condition 2009:
The Pavement Condition Ratings (PCR) provides a uniform measure of conditions on state and local federal aid routes throughout the state of Ohio . This data is compiled by the Ohio Department of Transportation, Office of Innovation, Partnership, and Energy, on a biennial basis. This map presents the PCR in Lucas and Wood counties during the 2009 calendar year.
Bridge Condition 2010:
Bridge Conditons in Lucas and Wood counties during the 2010 calendar year. This data is complied by the Ohio Department of Transportation, Office of Structural Engineering, on an annual basis. The evalutaion of each bridge is based on the Appraisal rating, which range from 'Good' to 'Critical', and consider key factors such as the bridge deck, superstructure, and the piers and abutments that support the bridge.

Bridges with Critical or Poor Condition Rating, 2009:
Bridge Conditions with a critical or poor rating in Lucas and Wood counties during the 2009 fiscal year. This data is compiled by the Ohio Department of Transportation, Office of Structural Engineering, on an annual basis. The evaluation of each bridge is based on the Appraisal rating, which range from ‘Good’ to ‘Critical’, and consider key factors such as the bridge deck, the superstructure, and the piers and abutments that support the bridge.

ODOT District 2 Safety Priority Locations, Fiscal Year 2010
The Ohio Department of Transportation’s Highway Safety Programs are administered by the Office of Systems Planning and Program Management and the District Safety Coordinators in each region of the state. The Program focuses on freeway and non-freeway, high-crash and congested locations. Each year, ODOT prioritizes these locations for improvements using available funding. The three programs detailed on this map for Fiscal Year 2010 are the Highway Safety Program (HSP), Safety Hot Spot Locations, and Congestion Locations.
Highway Functional Classification System for TMACOG Area:
Functional Classification is the grouping of roads, streets, and highways in a hierarchy based on the type of highway service they provide. Streets and highways do not operate independently. They are part of an interconnected network, and each one performs a service in moving traffic throughout the system. Generally, streets and highways perform two types of service. They provide either traffic mobility or land access and can be ranked in terms of the proportion of service they perform.

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