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  • State Radio Project Status Update


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    In October, the State Radio Project console project team began the carefully planned cutover process for the Oregon Department of Transportation and Oregon State Police dispatch centers. The team switched over one center at a time to the new Pantel console system, beginning with ODOT's Transportation Management Operations Center in Portland. 
    Detailed cutover plans included two implementation teams, one at the dispatch center and one in Salem. ODOT Wireless Communications Section technicians were on site to move the consoles into position and troubleshoot any issues, and a technician was on call around the clock during the 48-hour cutover period.
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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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