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In order to plan for our future, we need to understand the following:
What does our region look like, and who lives here?
What is included in our multi-modal transportation system look like?
What condition is it in?
How well is it working?

To answer these questions, TMACOG staff gathered and created the following information and maps.
We especially focused on data related to our eight plan goals.

Understanding our region through data and information (2014)
Info related to:
Population density, 1990, 2000, 2010
Housing density, 2000 and 2010
Employment density map, 2000, 2010
Non-vehicle households, 2010
Median age, 2000 and 2010
Elderly population, 2010
Disabled population, 2012
Environmental Justice areas of concern, 2010
Median household income, 2000 and 2010
Limited English-speaking population, 2012

Minority population , 2010

Functional classification map: 2000, proposed 2010
1. Safety:  Reduce traffic-related fatalities and serious injuries across all modes.
Crashes: top intersections - map
Crashes: top road segments - map
Fatal & injury crashes: Lucas Co., Monroe Co., Wood Co.
ODOT District 2 Safety Work Program, FY 2013
See also: goal 7.
2. Infrastructure condition: Maintain and improve the
transportation system to a state of good repair.
3. Congestion reduction: Reduce congestion on the National
Highway System (NHS)  
2010 congestion locations:  map, table
4. System reliability: Improve the efficiency of the surface transportation system.
See goal 3.
5. Freight movement: Strengthen freight access to national and international trade markets to support economic development
6. Environmental sustainability: Protect and enhance the
community and natural environments.
Environment-related maps (prime agricultural soils, flood plain, parks/forests, Oak Openings region, historic districts, etc.) -- to be posted
7. Personal mobility:  Improve the quality, accessibility, and efficiency of the multimodal personal transportation system. 
Pedestrian facilities (sidewalks): S. Monroe Co., greater Toledo, N. Wood Co., Bowling Green area
Pedestrian crashes ( map and statistics) 
Bicycle crashes (map and statistics)

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