State of Oregon Streamlines Transportation Project by Standardizing a Collaborative-Construction Process

The state Oregon‘s 2009 Jobs and Transportation Act continues the practice in the state of Oregon that began a decade ago, in which government agencies collaborate on major construction transportation projects. Eleven state and federal agencies work together in CETAS (Collaborative Environmental and Transportation Agreement for Streamlining). In a CETAS, ODOT commits funding for liaisons with other agencies; ODOT then compensates the agencies for their time, which guarantees resources are available to expedite the permitting and regulatory process of heavy highway and transportation projects.

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