ODOT seeking public input for its communications, social media

Tulsa World

Michael Dekker

October 9, 2020

The Oklahoma Department of Transportation is conducting an online survey to get input on how it communicates with the public and where people find their traffic information. The 18-question survey asks how people get their information about traffic flows, road closures and detours, construction projects, and how effectively the agency communicates with the public via social media, email and websites. Questions include how people get their traffic advisory information, when they check it, which social media platforms they use most often, what type of highway/turnpike/streets they most travel on, commute times, and if ODOT’s communications are not frequent enough or too frequent. The survey asks for respondents’ age range category and county of residence, but not personal information such as names, income nor what kind of vehicle they drive.


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