TriAd launched a brand new website last week for the Ohio Construction Information Association (OCIA). Although we design and develop many websites, this one is noteworthy. In addition to being visually attractive and easy to navigate, the new OCIA website is a storehouse loaded with timely information for anyone interested in Ohio’s transportation infrastructure.
The OCIA has always been a reference source for municipalities, legislators, the news media, and Ohio citizens – virtually anyone concerned about maintaining and improving our highways, roads and bridges. Every page of the new website supports that mission. Visitors will find basic facts about the size and scope of Ohio’s transportation infrastructure, current conditions of our roads and bridges, and the ongoing challenges of highway funding. Those who want to drill down further will find links to research studies from national organizations such as the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), the Bureau of Transportation Statistics and TRIP, a national transportation research group.
The website also features relevant news stories culled from media organizations throughout Ohio and is home base for the OCIA blog. Readers will find stories ranging from the state transportation budget to the role of the gas tax to the latest public-private partnership or P3.
If you’re interested in preserving the roads and bridges that Ohioans rely on every day, the OCIA website is definitely worth a visit. Check it out at www.ocianews.com