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  • Welcome to the Traffic-Roadway Section (TRS)
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    Traffic Engineering Operations and Roadway Engineering combined to form the new Traffic-Roadway Section (TRS) under the leadership of Bob Pappe. Bob's many years of engineering and management experience makes him an excellent statewide leader in traffic-roadway engineering and operations matters. Bob leads a team of talented, knowledgeable managers that has a wealth of combined experience. This team consists of the following:

    Douglas Bish - Traffic Engineering Services Unit Manager, Brenda Marcus - Office of Project Letting Unit Manager, Mike Kimlinger - Traffic Standards & Asset Management Unit Manager, Steve Lindland - Roadway Engineering Unit Manager, Harold Lasley - Access Management, and Ron Singh - Geometronics Unit Manager.
TRS Disciplines Resources
Access Management
The Access Management Unit provide expertise and program management for policies, rules, and procedures related to access to state highways.  The Unit works closely with dedicated staff in the five ODOT Regions and 14 Districts to develop guidance and training to implement access management rules.
 
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Geometronics
Geometronics is part of the Technical Services Branch, Traffic-Roadway Section, serving the project development and construction engineering business of the Oregon Department of Transportation.
Roadway Engineering
Roadway Engineering provides a wide range of engineering services to our customers. The Bicycle & Pedestrian program along with the Scenic Byways program are statewide programs in Roadway Engineering.
Office of Project Letting
Specifications, Estimating, Pre-Letting and Quality Assurance was previously known as SEOPL. While our make-up is the same, our name has changed to Office of Project Letting (OPL) to better describe our services. Feel free to visit each discipline:
Traffic Engineering
Traffic Engineering provides a broad range of traffic services, including support for the State Traffic Engineer's delegated authorities, standards for application of traffic control devices, technical analysis of traffic signal operations, highway safety programs and the speed zoning program.
Traffic Standards
Traffic Standards has expertise in a wide variety of installations related to traffic signals, roadway signing and illumination. Their primary purpose is to maintain standards related to construction and specifications.

While still part of the Traffic-Roadway Section (TRS), Traffic Standards now enjoys a new name along with an independent web site dedicated to Traffic Standards issues.
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2013 Transportation Engineering Conference
The 2013 Transportation Engineering Conference was held on September 24, 2013 at the Holiday Inn Portland South located in Wilsonville, OR. The full day conference included a mix of General and Breakout Sessions. Click on the link below to access presentations from the 2013 conference.
 
Low- Cost Systematic Safety Countermeasures
ODOT has joined national efforts to reduce fatal and serious injury crashes on highways throughout Oregon by encouraging the implementation of low-cost systematic safety countermeasures. The link below will take you to a page that contains several fact sheets and some background information on how these countermeasures can be best deployed.
Internal ePlans and eBids
Electronic plans and specifications are now available to ODOT employees. Use the link below to access this internal web site.
Special Programs
Consultant Portal
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Our new Project Delivery Consultant page provides a wealth of information and resources to help you do business with ODOT.
Contract Information
Looking for Awarded Contracts, Project Summaries, Bid Opening dates, etc.
ODOT Subject Index
This valuable tool is designed to help you search a wide range of information within ODOT by subject titles.