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  • Information Systems Branch
    Geographic Information Services Employee and Monitor
    We help ODOT employees deliver products and services by putting sustainable busines and technology solutions in their hands.

    ISB works within the business to help consult, plan, develop, and maintain their information technology solutions.

    See what ISB does for you-
  • The DMV Driver & Vehicle Mainframe Systems
    DMV Software Used to Process Licenses
    Information Systems Branch supports the software that issues driver licenses.

    We record license data, citations, accidents, suspensions, and other safety related information.

    The data is safely stored and made available to officials.
  • Traffic Management Operation Centers
    Traffic Management Operation Center snow sign chains required

    Information Systems Branch provides communication and information systems support for ODOT's regional Traffic Management Operations Centers.

    TMOCs operate 24 hours a day, seven days a week to dispatch crews, help clear roads, and provide timely information to keep traffic moving safely.
  • TripCheck
    TripCheck Map
    TripCheck is run by Information Systems Branch. It's a one-stop-shop for information on traveling in Oregon.

    With the latest conditions via road camera, continuous travel updates, highway construction details, and other valuable tips, TripCheck gets you to and from your favorite places in Oregon.
  • Bridge Structural Applications
    Bridge of the Gods, Peter Murphy

    Information Systems Branch supports the software which structural engineers use to design bridges.

    (Bridge of the Gods, photo by Peter Murphy)
  • Geographic Information Systems
    Safety Map Portland Area

    Support for GIS applications is provided by ISB. GIS not only maps land and roads, but also animal habitats, and archeological sites.

    The Information Services Branch helps the GIS team organize its digital information.
  • Intelligent Transportation Systems
    Your Speed Sign

    Intelligent Transportation Systems include cameras, ramp meters, weather stations, flood and wind warning systems, and highway advisory radio.

    Information Systems Branch develops and supports ITS.
  • Trucking Online
    Trucking Online Logo
    With the help of the Information System Branch, trucks are now being weighed while moving, using radios and scales built into the road.

    Weight and mileage taxes, as well as truck passes and permits, are tracked by ISB. ISB developed the system for paying these taxes online.
  • Road Design
    Aerial view of I-5 at Kuebler

    Information Service Branch helps Traffic Engineering with the applications they use for designing streets and highways.
ODOT's Secure File Transfer System - MOVEit DMZ  
The Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) has implemented the MOVEit DMZ Managed File Transfer system for secure file transfer. It provides a way for ODOT to send and receive sensitive information with its external partners. 
MOVEit DMZ allows you to transfer multiple files at once and allows you to transfer large files that cannot be sent using Microsoft Outlook due to file size limitations.  Please visit *HERE* for more information and complete instructions on setting up and using ODOT MOVEit DMZ Managed File Transfer system.
ODOT Information Systems Branch (ISB) Fast Facts
  • Information Systems provides services including:

    - Application development
    - Systems planning, architecture
    - Systems development and maintenance
    - Systems analysis and technology consultation
    - Project management
    - Personal computer and software support
    - Security and disaster recovery
    - Coordinate delivery with the State Data Center
    - Intelligent Transportation System development
    - Information Technology purchasing
  • The Information Systems environment includes support for:

    - 4800 + ODOT users and their computers
    - 200 + field offices
    - 300 + application systems
    - Two Helpdesk Operations
    - Millions of mainframe transactions daily 
  • Development languages including: COBOL, Cold Fusion, JAVA, Visual Basic and PowerBuilder
  • Databases including: DB2, MS SQL, MS Access and Oracle
  • Web based services, truck traffic environmental and roadway sensors.