September 22, 2019
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  • 9:25 am AASHTO Endorses NEPA Paperwork Reduction Goals Outlined by USDOT

The AASHTOWare Project Task Force has officially kicked off a development project to expand the initial functionality of its AASHTOWare Project Data Analytics software.

This effort is part of a process AASHTOWare – a software suite offered through an American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials technical service program – began back in June 2018 (see video below):

Eleven state departments of transportation are participating in this development project, which is expected to be completed by February 2023. Participating agencies will have access to production-ready features every two weeks, throughout the course of the four-year project.

AASHTOWare Project Data Analytics will provide the ability to fully view, summarize, and analyze an agency’s entire construction program in a web-based AASHTOWare Project Software-as-a-Service environment.

If your agency is interested in joining this project and having full access to the software or would like additional information, contact Keith Platte, AASHTOWare associate project director.

 

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