Tools & Resources
Federal Functional Classification
The Federal-aid system is identified by the functional classification of routes, which determine the route's eligibility for federal funding. Generally, federal highway funding cannot be spent on roads that are not at least classified as a “minor collector” in the urban area or a “major collector” in the rural area. Federal-aid eligible routes are identified in color on the map. "Local" routes are not eligible for federal aid. Federal functional classifications are assigned based on a roadway’s role in providing access and mobility in the region.
Focused Effort Report
The goal of the Focused Effort was to receive valuable input from the bicycling community regarding comfort level of existing conditions and the Mobility Innovation Test on 3rd Street, and to deliver that information into a report that can be referenced for future mobility innovations in Central Ohio and other communities.
Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) refers to an assortment of technologies, system infrastructure, and transportation management concepts such as coordinated signal systems, dynamic message signs, ramp meter signals on the freeway, CCTV traffic cameras, and transit related systems.