The OKI Regional ITS Architecture resulted from the consensus input of a diverse set of stakeholders, encompassing traffic, transit, public safety, and many other operating agencies at local, state, and national levels. It includes both public and private sectors and spans the organizations that manage, support, or are impacted by the surface transportation system, with particular focus on agencies that operate transportation systems in the region.

BCRTAThe Butler County Regional Transportation Authority (BCRTA) is the primary provider of public transportation of Butler County, Ohio. Provides fixed route, demand-responsive and paratransit services.
Cincinnati PoliceLaw enforcement provider for the City of Cincinnati.
Cities and CountiesRepresents the various government departments and agencies of municipalities and counties other than those specifically called out in the architecture.
City of CincinnatiRepresents the various government departments and agencies of the City of Cincinnati.
Clermont Transportation ConnectionClermont Transportation Connection (CTC) is the primary provider of public transportation of Clermont County, Ohio. Provides demand-responsive and paratransit services.
CVGOperates the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport.
Financial InstitutionsFinancial and banking institutions that play a role in the transfer of funds for fare collection as well as for other fee based transportation services.
Hamilton CountyRepresents the various government departments and agencies of Hamilton County.
Indiana DOTIndiana Department of Transportation. Agency responsible for planning, building, maintaining, and operating the transportation system for the State of Indiana.
Kenton CountyRepresents the various government departments and agencies of Kenton County.
Kentucky State PoliceThe Department of Kentucky State Police is the law enforcement agency for the Commonwealth of Kentucky.
Kentucky Transportation CabinetKentucky's Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) is responsible for maintaining and improving the transportation infrastructure of the Commonwealth including its roadways, airports, and public transportation systems.
Local Transit OperatorsRepresents local transit agencies that operate in the region that are not specifically called out by the architecture.
NOAANational Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Includes the National Weather Service and the National Hurricane Center.
ODOTOhio Department of Transportation. Responsible for the transportation system within the State of Ohio, including the highways, railways, transit, aviation and port facilities.
ODOT/KYTCJoint owners and operators of the metro area ITS equipment and traffic information center.
Ohio Department of Public SafetyState agency responsible for the safety and security of the state of Ohio.
Ohio Emergency Management AgencyA division of the Ohio Department of Public Safety, the Ohio Emergency Management Agency is the central point of coordination within the state for response and recovery to disasters. May activate the Ohio Emergency Operations Center to better coordinate the state's response.
Ohio State Highway PatrolA division of the Ohio Department of Public Safety, The Ohio State Highway Patrol is responsible for protecting life and property, promoting traffic safety and providing professional public safety services for the State of Ohio. This includes statewide traffic services to keep our roadways safe; statewide emergency response services and support services to the public and the criminal justice community.
OKIThe Ohio-Kentucky-Indiana Regional Council of Governments (OKI) is a council of local governments, business organizations and community groups committed to developing collaborative strategies to improve the quality of life and the economic vitality of the region.
Other Public Safety ProvidersRepresents other public safety providers in the region not specifically called out in the architecture. This may include private ambulances, volunteer fire departments or campus police.
Private Fleet and Freight OperatorsPrivate owners of commercial vehicles that carry goods throughout the region.
Private Rail OperationsCompanies that operate freight rail within the OKI Region.
Private Riverfront Terminal OperatorsRepresents private operators involved with cargo shipping commerce, and other members of the maritime business community. Maritime freight and cargo represents a large percentage of commercial vehicles on the regional surface roadways.
Private Tow Wreckers and Cleanup Service ProvidersRepresents private towing companies operating in the region.
Private Traveler Information ProvidersLocal, regional and national information service providers that provide travel information to the traveling public (both subscription service and general broadcast information). Includes internet sites, service bureaus, etc.
Regional Airport AuthoritiesRepresents other regional airport facilities and operators in the region not specifically called out in the architecture.
Regional Hospital OrganizationsRepresents hospitals and trauma centers in the region.
School DistrictsRegional school districts. Operates or contracts school buses in the region, which can also be used for evacuation purposes during emergencies.
SORTAThe Southwest Ohio Regional Transit Authority (SORTA) operates Metro fixed-route bus service and Access paratransit service for people whose disabilities prevent them from riding Metro buses in the Greater Cincinnati area.
SORTA\TANKJoint operator and owner of a regional smart card for electronic payment.
TANKThe Transit Authority of Northern Kentucky (TANK) provides transit services to Boone, Campbell and Kenton counties as well as downtown Cincinnati. Transit services includes fixed-route bus service, express bus service to downtown Cincinnati, and park and ride locations. In addition, TANK operates the Regional Area Mobility Program (RAMP), a service for disabled citizens and the DayTripper program for seniors over age 60.
TravelersTraveling public accessing various modes of transportation, including surface street, air, rail/transit, and non-motorized.
TRI-EMADThe Tri-State Emergency Management Directors Group. Consists of the EMA Directors of the twelve counties in the Tri-State region (Southwest Ohio, Southeast Indiana, and Northern Kentucky).
TV and Radio StationsTelevision, Radio, and Print Media. Includes TV network affiliates
University of CincinnatiThe University of Cincinnati is the largest employer in the Cincinnati region.
US Coast GuardPatrols the rivers in the region. Responsibilities include providing homeland security, law enforcement, search and rescue, marine environmental pollution response, and the maintenance of river, intracoastal and offshore aids to navigation (ATON).