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To submit files to the archive, send an email message to the ODOT Engineering Archives using this pre-addressed email template. You will receive a reply when the job is completed.
In the body of the message, please include information shown in the ODOT project information table.
Please contact an EAST member for assistance.
Archive requests submitted after 2000 are located in the \\scdata\ENG_ARC\Post2000 folder. If you need Pre-2000 files, contact an
EAST member for assistance.
The Post-2000 subfolders structure is:
Example folder structure: \\scdata\ENG_ARC\Post2000\Deschutes\12345\Contract_Plans\20101231\Your_Project_Data.If you know the county and project key number you can normally navigate to the folder. Projects that span multiple counties are archived in a single county. You will find shortcuts to these projects in the county folders.In cases where there is no key number, the KEY NUMBER folder will be replaced with a folder name made up of a BR#####_Name, or HWY##_MP##_ProjectName.
The project information Highway Name refers to the name used on the Oregon State Highway System. The Cross Reference Table of Highway Route Number to State Highway Number lists the highway names, routes and numbers. The State Highway System map shows highway and route numbers for the entire state and also the Portland Area Enlargement.
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