EDMONTON, Alta. – The Alberta Motor Transport Association (AMTA) said it is helping and supports the province’s effort to modernize the Transportation Routing and Vehicle Information System (TRAVIS) system.
The TRAVIS system is a software program used for managing the business of issuing and maintaining over-dimensional permits and operating authority certificates.
Still in its early stages, the AMTA said the intent of the project is to update the technology base and make business improvements, which would provide Alberta Transportation and system users with benefits in functionality and productivity.
A number of phases, including information gathering, market scan, planning, requirements development, procurement activities and vendor selection, will be implemented prior to the release of the final solution.
The AMTA will be providing input into the information gathering phase, and will include a market scan of other jurisdictions designed to help the association learn what the vendor community has to offer.
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