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Formal Proposal Audience Analysis

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“Fast Track” Proposal: ODOT Audience Analysis Currently, the state of Ohio is suffering from uneven distribution of money allocated to build and maintain its highway systems (Geyer). Once this has been taken care of internally, and money is getting to where it needs to go, the state will have to work harder at a greater cost to catch up in areas where the necessary funding was not available. This will inevitable give rise to greater construction delays and an increased risk of accidents in these construction zones. In order to mitigate the impact of these negative outcomes, the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) needs to look into alternative methods of highway maintenance and construction.
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Unformatted text preview: Since part of their highway system connects up into Michigan, the efficiency of their system affects ours, giving the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) ample reason to extend help so that travel and commerce are not interrupted further by these delays. Since the method of construction, Fast Track, has not been used by ODOT, they will most likely need a little help initially getting started with the program and the different processes it entails. They most likely already have access to the appropriate contractors to get the work done, but they may need help in coordinating their activities and those of their contractors....
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