The Ohio Construction Information Association (OCIA) recently announced the launch of its new Web site.
“We take pride in being a source of timely information about Ohio road construction, infrastructure and the major transportation issues that affect each of us. And we believe the new Web site does that job better than ever,” the the OCIA wrote on its new Web site.
Visitors will find pages dedicated to the current condition of Ohio’s roads and bridges, the gas tax, and relevant news summaries from around the state. OCIA made the new site information-rich with plenty of links to studies from research organizations such as the Research and Innovative Technology Administration (RITA), the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) and TRIP, a national transportation research group.
OCIA is a reference source for legislators, municipalities, the news media and Ohio citizens — virtually anyone concerned about restoring and improving Ohio’s highways, roads, bridges and utilities. It offers up-to-date information about Ohio’s transportation infrastructure, the opportunities and initiatives that affect the state, town, and ultimately individuals personally.
“Whether about the transportation budget, gas tax revenue or the latest public-private partnership, keeping you well informed has always been our goal,” it said.