geoAMPS plans to attend the National Meeting of the American Association of State Highway Officials’ (AASHTO) Standing Committee on Rail Transportation (SCORT) Sept. 22 and 23 in Columbus, OH.
The National Meeting is being hosted by the Ohio Rail Development Commission and Guy Allen, Business Development Executive is scheduled to attend from geoAMPS.
Guy, said geoAMPS is excited to attend the National SCORT Meeting to discuss issues critical to the rail transportation industry and how rail management software from geoAMPS has improved rail projects within the United States.
The SCORT National Meeting will focus on such issues as PRIIA reauthorization, MAP-21 implementation, state passenger rail program service and delivery, Class 1 and Short Line Railroad industry issues, and economic development.
geoAMPS, a technology company headquartered in Central Ohio, provides software solutions to manage land rights and infrastructure assets. geoAMPS has developed a suite of software products and other services for specific industries, including rail, oil and natural gas, alternative energy, land reclamation, telecommunications, surveying, geographic information mapping (GIS), document management, and transportation.
rxrAMPS streamlines the process of handling rail transportation projects by managing information through a centralized web-based repository, allowing for easy access, control and scalability.
rxrAMPS empowers rail transportation project operators with a real-time, electronic tracking environment that enables collaboration, time-savings and error reduction across projects. rxrAMPS provides detailed coverage through the planning, budgeting, management, appraisal, survey, relocation, condemnation, payments and legal processes.
With an optional detached platform for field agents, optional mobile application for on-the-go users, and optional GIS capability, rxrAMPS delivers a complete integrated solution for mass transportation and rail projects.
AASHTO’s SCORT addresses all policy, regulatory, safety and enforcement issues impacting the ability of states to develop and maintain their portions of an efficient national freight and passenger rail transportation network.
If you will be in attendance at SCORT and are interested in geoAMPS rail management software, email Guy at firstname.lastname@example.org and schedule a time to meet or we invite you to visit geoAMPS Central Ohio office by appointment.Nathan Mirolo is Marketing and Communications Specialist for geoAMPS. For more information on geoAMPS products and services, visit www.geoamps.com or call 614-389-4871.