Field Data Collection
The Field Data Collection Branch manages operations in support of traffic and transportation system data collection, data validation, and data systems installation and maintenance. The traffic data that is collected is used for Annual Average Daily Traffic (AADT) estimation, feasibility studies, design studies, research projects, signal warrant analysis and ongoing planning and engineering activities for ODOT.
The Inventory Management Branch is responsible for maintaining
Oklahoma's Network Linear Feature (NLF) on which roadway information in the state is aggregated. This roadway database structure includes state, county, and local databases, and the line-work and geometry associated with that data. This branch is responsible for providing numerous mileage and network reports for state agencies, federal agencies, and the public.
The GIS Management Branch is responsible for the aggregation and management of the Department's geospatial data. Working closely with other ODOT divisions, local government partners, other state agencies, and the general public, the branch provides a wide variety of innovative web-based, mobile, digital, and paper map products
The Pavement Management Branch collects, analyzes, and reports pavement condition data for the State Highway System. Pavement Management is used by decision makers to determine the most cost-effective ways of managing highway pavement assets through pavement deterioration modeling and the optimization of treatment types and costs to determine the right treatment at the right time.
Planning & Performance
The Planning and Performance Branch is responsible for carrying out a continuing, comprehensive, and cooperative (3C) transportation planning process for the development of all major transportation planning programs and reports at ODOT, in accordance with state and federal requirements.
The Traffic Management Branch receives data that is collected by the Field Data Collection Branch and analyzes and reports Annual Average Daily Traffic (AADT) estimates and as well as truck percentages. Data that is managed by the Traffic Management Branch is used for the traffic monitoring system, engineering and planning studies, roadway and bridge design projects, and system performance.