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  • Aldrich Mountain site narrowly escapes Oregon's largest wildfire
     Photo courtesy of Bureau of Land Management 
    Wildfire season is a yearly potential threat to the State Radio Project infrastructure. Many radio sites are situated in dry, hot, remote locations, and the east side of the state is especially vulnerable because of these conditions. 
     
    In late July, a wildfire caused by lightning burned over 66,000 acres near the Aldrich Mountain radio site 20 miles southwest of John Day. Fortunately the South Fork Complex Fire never reached the site. But ODOT's Maintenance and Operations Branch works closely with the Oregon Department of Forestry every year to create a protection plan in advance of fire season.  
     
     
    Photo courtesy of Bureau of Land Management 
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.
 
Frequently Used Terms
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.
 
DHS Multiband Radio Evaluation
To read the U.S. Department of Homeland Security's evaluation of multiband radios, click here.
 
Project 25
Project 25 (P25) is a standard for the manufacturing of interoperable digital two-way wireless communications products. Read more about P25 and its benefits