Oklahoma DOT: Managing Roadway and Bridge Events for Oversized and Overweight Vehicle Routing
Please join the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) for its 25th installment in a quarterly series of webcasts highlighting applications of geospatial technologies in transportation.
The webcast will take place on Wednesday, March 18 from 2-3 PM ET.
Movement of oversized and overweight (OSOW) vehicles across the nation's infrastructure is a time consuming and high risk activity for any government agency. With aging infrastructure and continued increase in freight size and weight, the challenge of permitting and routing these vehicles has become a major concern for many state and local agencies. Oklahoma DOT (ODOT) uses a OSOW permitting, routing, and restriction management system to streamline this process. In this webcast, Jay Adams of ODOT will focus on the development and functionality of its Restriction Management System, which allows ODOT to route vehicles more safely and to provide permits and routes more efficiently.
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The intended audiences for this webcast series are planners and GIS practitioners from State Departments of Transportation, Metropolitan Planning Organizations, FHWA Division Offices, and State and Federal resource agencies.
If you would like highlight one of your agency's geospatial applications in an upcoming webcast, please contact Paige Colton (firstname.lastname@example.org or 617-494-2361). Information on previous webcasts can be found here on FHWA’s GIS in Transportation website.