Ohio Turnpike and Infrastructure Commission

From Open Energy Information


The Ohio Turnpike and Infrastructure Commission operates the Ohio Turnpike, a 241-mile toll road in the northern part of Ohio. The Commission consists of ten members, of which seven are voting members and three are non-voting members. Six voting members are appointed by the Ohio Governor with the advice and consent of the Ohio Senate. The Governor may not appoint more than three members of the same political party. The seventh voting member is the Director of the Ohio Department of Transportation. Two of the three non-voting members are appointed, respectively, by the President of the Ohio Senate and the Speaker of the Ohio House of Representatives. The third non-voting member is the Director of the Ohio Office of Budget and management.

Mission: To be the industry leader in providing safe and efficient transportation services to our customers, communities, and partners.

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Engineer - Special Hauling Permit Review

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Charles Miska