Land Rights & Infrastructure Asset Management Software
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Douglas Pulsipher / flickr Tracking right of way; public assets, including transportation corridors and utilities; and outdoor advertising along the nation’s highway system poses significant challenges for state departments of transportation (DOT). Faced with limited staff and budgets, departments have attempted to meet these challenges with paper records or outdated databases and spreadsheets. That is a recipe for errors and inefficiencies, resulting in unnecessary expense of limited tax dollars. Fortunately there are technological solutions available to help DOTs address these daunting tasks. Representatives of geoAMPS, a technology company in the Columbus, OH, area, will be available to discuss those solutions with transportation officials at the meeting of the American Association of State Highway Transportation Officials (AASHTO) Subcommittee on Right of Way, Utilities and Outdoor Advertising scheduled April 27-May 1 . The meeting will be at the Little America Hotel in Salt Lake City, Utah.
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.
Brandon Townley / flickr Railroads have been a reliable method of transportation in the United States for nearly 200 years. There are more than 140,000 miles of track in the U.S., encompassing freight, short and passenger lines with around 70 percent of all goods traveling by rail at some point. This spider web-like rail line system crisscrosses the landscape, connecting cities, smaller communities, ports and a wide variety of industries.
geoAMPS plans to attend the National Meeting of the American Association of State Highway Officials’ (AASHTO) Standing Committee on Rail Transportation (SCORT) Sept. 22-25 in Columbus, OH. geoAMPS is located in Powell, a suburb on Columbus’ northwest side. The National Meeting is being hosted by the Ohio Rail Development Commission. Scheduled to attend from geoAMPS is Guy Allen, Business Development Executive. Yogesh Khandelwal, President and Chief Executive Officer, said geoAMPS is looking forward to attending the SCORT National Meeting, which is the nation’s premier rail conference, bringing together state, federal and local passenger and rail transportation leaders and railroad industry experts to discuss issues critical to the rail transportation industry.