Oregon Modeling Improvement Program
The Oregon Department of Transportation developed the Oregon Modeling Improvement Program, or OMIP, to meet new rules and regulations. The program is intended to be useful and accessible to decision-makers, stakeholders and practitioners with three areas of focus:
- Bringing together stakeholders and providing forums for information exchange and development of new ideas.
- Obtaining new and expanded modeling tools necessary to provide information for efficient and effective-decision making.
- Providing formal education, outreach and training on the need for and use of these tools as an ongoing program activity.
Oregon's Transportation and Land Use Model Integration Program: A Retrospective (2018)
The Oregon Modeling Improvement Program: An Overview
Oregon Modeling Improvement Program Strategic Implementation Plan
Oregon Modeling Steering Committee
The Oregon Modeling Steering Committee, or OMSC, was formed in 1996 to provide direction and oversight to the OMIP.
Oregon Modeling Steering Committee Membership List
Oregon Modeling Steering Committee Biennial Work Plan
Third Wednesday of April and October, 1-4 p.m.
OMSC Modeling Program Coordination
Third Wednesday of January, April, July and October, 9:00 a.m. - noon.
Subcommittees are established by the Executive Committee and responsible for producing OMSC work products associated with specific topic areas.