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    This branch has now moved to the Office of Planning, Policy and Program Development; however, we will continue to take care of the Data Library


Chad Baker, Office Chief

Chad Baker, Chief
Office of Data Services and Technology

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Mailing Address:

Department of Transportation
Division of DRISI, MS #38
Office of Data Services and Technology (ODST)
P.O. Box 942874
Sacramento, CA 94274-0001

FAX: (916) 654-9977

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NewOffice of Data Services and Technology (ODST)

About Us

The Office of Data Services and Technology (formerly the Office of Data Analysis and GIS) is the focal point for all GIS activities in the Department including strategic planning, enterprise deployment, spatial data development, cartographic products, training needs, software purchases, and development of GIS applications.

What We Do:

  • Manage the implementation and deployment of statewide Geospatial Information System (GIS) activities for the Department of Transportation;
  • Enhance the capability for efficient and effective transportation decision making through the use of GIS technology; and

More Information:

Contact Chad Baker, Office Chief

NewDIRB Branch has moved to Office of Planning, Policy and Program Development

The Data Analysis and Reporting Branch collects and analyzes report statistics related to the fiscal status and the physical and geometric extent of the State's roadway systems, thus enabling decision makers and system users to take advantage of quality transportation information to make data based decisions about transportation services and infrastructure.

  • Work with federal, local, and State jurisdictions and agencies to report transportation related expenditures and income to help decision makers better understand California's fiscal picture;
  • Support external customers and internal partners such as Transportation Planning and other Divisions to ascertain valid data, organize, and effectively assemble data for more efficient and effective utilization.

Page updated on July 1, 2014