The Oklahoma Department of Transportation (ODOT) is constructing a number of Port of Entry (POE) sites.?There are?three primary locations: I-35 North, I-40 East, and I-40 West.? These sites are brand new purpose built facilities and?include an Electronic E-Screening System (ESS) for commercial vehicles.? The ESS enables the Oklahoma Corporation Commission (OCC), who operates the facility, to better focus limited resources on potentially high risk or non-compliant commercial vehicles.? The goal of ODOT/OCC is to have a total of 9 POE facilities which will be implemented over several years.
The Electronic E-Screening System (ESS) screens all commercial vehicles on the basis of weight, dimension, and credentials. ?US highways carry far too many commercial vehicles for enforcement personnel to manually inspect each one. ?The ESS has been designed to bring the high risk vehicles to the enforcement officers.?Back to Projects
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