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  • State Radio Project Status Update



    After some months of restricted site access, the State Radio Project team welcomed the official start of spring. Site activities advanced at several sites despite the weather, including installation of a solar array at Bald Mountain in Polk County. By the end of March, crews accessed Applegate Butte, the most difficult-to-access site in the system.
    The radio project team held a migration workshop with project partners in March to discuss and plan for the trunked radio system rollout. The team discussed the proposed rollout schedule, strategy and tasks to complete before the 90-day confidence test begins on the fist test pilot cutover with limited Oregon Department of Transportation and Oregon State Police users.
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The Oregon Department of Transportation’s State Radio Project is replacing aging public safety communications systems statewide. Focused on repairs and modernization, the project is upgrading the existing radio systems for ODOT and the Oregon State Police to create an integrated statewide network and to allow for shared efficiencies with other users of the radio system.
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