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FileNet - Rail Document Database

FileNet is a new service that ODOT Rail is able to provide to our customers. FileNet is an electronic document management system that will allow customers, both internal and external, to search for Crossing Orders and Railroad Safety Orders (variances from standards). The system will also allow customers to view, download, or print copies of the Orders.
Click on the appropriate link below and the “Rail Order Search” screen will be displayed. Enter search criteria into one or more fields then select “Search”. A list of Orders that match the search criteria will then be displayed in the “Rail Documents” field. Select the appropriate Order(s), then follow the on-screen prompts to select the desired view, download, or print options.
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Legislative Reports

2015​ HB2918​-Legislative Report
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Rail Studies 
2011 Rail Funding Task Force Recommendation
Oregon Rail Study
Book View Version (26.1 MB)
  Errata September 30, 2010 
  For a information on how to obtain a copy of the appendices email or call Kathy Holmes at 503-986-5174.
2010 Pacific Coast Collaborative: High Speed Rail on the Pacific Coast 

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Oregon Passenger Rail Revealed Preference Survey Report
This report documents the design, implementation, and results of the Oregon Passenger Rail Revealed Preference Survey, sponsored by the Oregon Department of Transportation. The primary objective of this survey was to obtain travel behavior data from passengers traveling throughout the Eugene, Oregon and Vancouver, Washington corridor. The Revealed Preference (RP) survey, which was conducted onboard Amtrak trains and Thruway buses traveling within the corridor, will provide data on origin/destination, trip purpose, mode of access, station activity and traveler patterns. The survey will identify the major travel markets and provide information that may be helpful for use in identifying potential station locations as well as provide data points that will be used in model development and calibration. Results of the RP survey will beused to calibrate the Oregon Statewide Integrated Model and provide long distance travel data for MPO travel demand models.

Oregon Passenger Rail Revealed Preference Survey Report


High-Speed Rail Survey
In 2010 the Oregon Department of Transportation Rail Division conducted a survey on high-speed rail. The objective of the survey was to provide the public with an opportunity to give feedback and offer suggestions to proposed DRAFT goals for improving Oregon’s passenger rail service between Eugene and Portland. These goals include improving on-time performance from 68 percent to 95 percent, increasing daily roundtrips from two to six, and reducing travel time from two hours and thirty-five minutes to two hours. 
The results of the survey can be found at: High-Speed Rail Survey Results 

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