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1   Link   Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT)
To seamlessly link Ohio's highways, railways, transit, aviation and port facilities, ODOT will promote a world-class, integrated multi-modal transportation system that is efficient, cost-effective and reliable for all of the state's citizens, businesses and travelers.
2   Link   ODOT District 4
Summit County is a part of ODOT District 4.
3   Link   Buckeye Traffic
ODOT's Road and Weather Information System. You can check traffic and road conditions here.
4   Link   Ohio Public Works Commission (OPWC)
5   Link   Ohio Historical Society (OHS)
Today, the Ohio Historical Society (OHS) conducts an expanded range of activities related to interpreting, collecting and preserving the state's heritage. In the last century, the society has collected more than 1.5 million items pertaining to Ohio's history, archaeology, and natural history.
6   Link   Ohio Revised Code (ORC)
View the ORC online.
7   Link   Ohio State Highway Patrol
8   Link   Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (Ohio EPA)
9   Link   Ohio, The State of
10   Link   Discover Ohio
It's true, Ohio is too much fun for just one day. Here you can visit world-class museums and boutique wineries. For the adrenaline junkies, experience world record-setting roller coasters. Expand your mind at some of the best hands-on science museums in the country. Cheer on your favorite team, or just check out the mania, with all 5 major league sports represented, plus some pretty well known college teams. You'll find everything from pre-historic and Native American history to Underground Railroad, as well as presidential, space and air force history - just to name a few. So take a look around and discover just how much fun Ohio can be.
11   Link   Ohio Senate
12   Link   Ohio House of Representatives
13   Link   Ohio - Kentucky - Indiana Regional Council of Governments (OKI)
The Ohio-Kentucky-Indiana Regional Council of Governments (OKI) is a council of local governments, business organizations and community groups committed to developing collaborative strategies to improve the quality of life and the economic vitality of the region.