Oregon MPOs Partner with EcoInteractive to Launch ProjectTracker eTIP
DAVIS, California, September 9, 2022 //– Three of the largest MPOs from the state of Oregon – Portland Metro, Salem-Keizer Area Transportation Study and Central Lane MPO, have selected EcoInteractive – the leading provider of integrated eTIP and eSTIP cloud software – in a competitive award to utilize ProjectTracker eTIP to streamline efficiency and collaboration in the TIP planning process, improve program quality and planning outcomes, and deliver greater public engagement.
“We are thrilled to welcome the three largest Oregon MPOs to our extensive list of MPO partners in the U.S, and look forward to supporting these agencies’ goals of leveraging modern technology to streamline the planning processes with internal and external stakeholders across their regions” says Jessie Yu, CEO of EcoInteractive.
“These agencies’ commitment to continually modernizing and improving operational efficiencies is apparent. It is becoming increasingly critical to leverage best-in-class technology in strategic, multi-stakeholder, mission critical workflows such as transportation programming to ensure the delivery of better outcomes for staff teams, partner agencies and public constituents.”
The three Oregon MPOs will use EcoInteractive’s technology to streamline capital planning workflow for various programs including Transportation Improvement Program, Call for Projects, and the Long Range Plan with external partner agencies including local agencies, state partners and federal review agencies.
EcoInteractive is the provider of ProjectTracker SaaS – the leading cloud-based software solution specifically designed for transportation planners’ needs. Its eSTIP and eTIP software support DOTs, MPOs and local transportation planners across more than 14 states transform transportation planning processes to drive greater efficiencies and collaboration, bring together internal and external stakeholders with integrated workflows, make better decisions with powerful integrated data, and deliver better planning outcomes in transparency and engagement.