Oregon’s transportation system is a complex, expensive collection of public and private assets that facilitates the safe and efficient movement of people and goods into, out of and around the state.1
Oregon is at the forefront of several state-of-the-art systems to provide a safe and reliable transportation to all road users. However, with increased demands on the system coupled with increasing constraints on available funding, the current transportation system needs operations solutions that provide a cost-effective approach to meet the challenges.
The current transportation challenges in Oregon are listed below.
- Congestion and travel time reliability
- Increasing Population
- Disaster and emergency response
- Growing emphasis on measuring performance and effectively monitoring the system
- Long term funding challenges
Operations Area of Practice
Organizational Capability Element