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Modeling and Analysis Program Information

Oregon Modeling Improvement Program

The Oregon Department of Transportation developed the Oregon Modeling Improvement Program, or OMIP, to meet rules and regulations introduced over 20 years ago. The purpose of OMIP is to ensure Oregon continues to have the right tools, skills and expertise needed to answer important questions about our transportation systems, land uses and the economy. Through the Oregon Modeling Steering Committee, or OMSC, OMIP provides opportunities for member agencies to build relationships, share knowledge and leverage resources efficiently, which enables Oregon’s transportation modeling services to mature and grow.

In order to fulfill the purpose of OMIP, the OMSC has adopted three over-arching goals:

  1. Promote inter-agency communication, collaboration and cooperation;
  2. Facilitate technical excellence and innovation,
  3. Cultivate the knowledge and talents of Oregon transportation modeling professionals.

Oregon's Transportation and Land Use Model Integration Program: A Retrospective (2018)
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

Meeting Schedule

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.

Meeting Materials

OMSC Subcommittees

Subcommittees are established by the Executive Committee and responsible for producing OMSC work products associated with specific topic areas.


 Becky Knudson
Senior Transportation Economist


Oregon Statewide Integrated Model

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