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  • Smart leveraging of assets leads to notable project savings

    Since ODOT inherited the State Radio Project in April 2010, the project team has committed to prudent stewardship of public funds. At our radio sites, we leverage as much as possible what is already in place and repurpose where appropriate. With limited funding, we look for efficiencies, and we prioritize and re-evaluate work regularly to stretch our dollars as far as possible to deliver a quality communications system within a tight budget. 
    Recently, we found significant savings by using the radio project's storage more efficiently. Sharing costs with local partners, repurposing and reusing assets and equipment, and making the most of ODOT's staff are other ways the project has saved money.  
State Radio Project Progress Resources
Monthly Progress Report
The Oregon Department of Transportation's State Radio Project is applying internal controls and independent quality assurance measures to deliver an integrated statewide radio network.
Key Project Facts
Did you know the State Radio Project distributes updates monthly?
To receive updates, register with ODOT's email service and select the State Radio Project to be added to the project's email distribution list.

State Radio Users

State Radio Users: visit here for information specific to users.

Visit our Pressroom for bulletins and updates.


Interested in bidding on work for the State Radio Project? 
Review a list of upcoming opportunities by visiting the procurement and contracting page.
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Deployment Zones
To see an interactive map of the State Radio Project, click here.
To see a map of the project's deployment zones, click here.
Communications PlanTo see the radio project's communications plan and strategy, click here.
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