ODOT FSP

Status

Existing

Descripton

The ODOT Freeway Service Patrol(FSP) was created in 2001 to help detect and clear highway incidents faster. FSP’s primary focus is detecting and responding to minor incidents, such as property damage accidents, flat tires, stalled cars and debris in the roadway. FSP teams are dispatched by the ODOT Radio Room/Columbus TMC. 
FSP teams patrol Interstates 270, 670, 71 and 70 within the outerbelt, as well as State Route 315. ODOT runs two shifts each weekday, providing service from 5:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. Crews also work weekends during special events.

Stakeholder

Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT)

Functionality

Emergency Vehicle

Interfaces To

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ODOT Statewide Traffic Management Center