Historical Projects

Scenario Planning & Assessment: CAMPO is involved in a statewide effort to reduce greenhouse gases from transportation and plans to incorporate additional sustainability goals into the RTP. These goals will address promotion of renewable energy, reducing reliance on fossil fuels and lowering GHGs from transportation.

Scenario Analysis Report

Scenario Synthesis

Transportation Safety Plan: This planning effort will identify transportation safety concerns for all modes of transportation in the CAMPO area and to identify mitigation measures for those concerns.  This effort will have a strong emphasis on roadway crash data analysis with additional information gathered from ODOT, local jurisdictions and local transportation advisory groups to more fully address all modes of transportation.  Public participation play a key role in identifying safety concerns that may not be fully reflected in the data.

Intelligent Transportation System Plan: CAMPO participated in the development of the Central Willamette Valley Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) Plan, which defines advanced technologies that support regional transportation initiatives such as promoting travel options, optimizing transportation system performance, and reducing the frequency and effects of incidents.

The regional vision for ITS in the Central Willamette Valley is to:

Manage and operate a safe, multi-modal transportation system that makes the best use of available capacity and optimizes existing and future operations investments in the Central Willamette Valley.

The regional ITS architecture provides a framework that describes the functions of system components, how the components interconnect, the organizations involved, and the type of information to be shared. The architecture benefits regional ITS planning because it presents a common system framework and identifies standards that promote interoperable systems between the range of stakeholders. Using common system standards should maximize the return on investment and enable real-time information sharing between stakeholders. In addition, the architecture satisfies an important requirement from the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) regarding transportation funding. FHWA and FTA require regional ITS architectures for ITS projects using federal funds.

View the ITS plan here: Central Willamette Valley ITS Plan in PDF Format.