Inventory information on Traffic-Roadway assets can be accessed through
TransGIS is a powerful web mapping tool designed for users of every skill level. TransGIS presents many levels of complex data in an interactive map format offering multi-level views of Oregon's transportation system needs and accomplishments.
Detailed information including transportation management system's data, asset inventory, Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) projects and environmental data are accessible for analysis, planning and research needs. By offering this quick and integrated access to the many data resources available, TransGIS enhances ODOT's ability to address agency needs and goals. TransGIS serves as the standard foundation for ODOT web mapping applications and is flexible and adaptable to specific needs for mapping and analysis.
FACS-STIP and TransGIS are very similar tools with some variations, for example, FACS-STIP provides some additional layers (like ADA Design Exceptions and ADA Crosswalk Closures) and has features like Data to Go and Asset Reporting.
FACS-STIP User Guide - This guide provides guidance about how to navigate the map tool, Data to Go and asset reports. It covers features, attributes and conditions survey, or FACS, for the Statewide Transportation Improvement Program, or STIP.
Please use the following steps to begin using TransGIS:
1. Visit the
2. Under the "layers Catalog" tab, select "Roadside."
3. Select the applicable layer(s).
4. Click "Apply" at the bottom of the "Layers Catalog" window.
5. Zoom into an area of interest by double-clicking the area or using the scroll wheel on your mouse.
6. Click the blue information icon at the top of the window and click on a curb ramp marker.
7. Information about the selected curb ramp will appear in a secondary window.
NOTE: Assets are stacked where the worst functional condition is shown. If the Asset is believed to be in compliance, check by using the arrow at the top right of the secondary window.
ODOT Geoportal - The Geoportal provides metadata on ODOT GIS datasets.
For all questions not addressed or in needing of clarification, please contact the
Statewide Asset Specialist for assistance.