Paving the Way to Quality Transportation Software

Board of Directors

2019-2020 Board of Directors

Ty Carlson
Nebraska DOT
Adam SpitzleyMichigan DOT
Amy Sullivan
Minnesota DOT
Sara JarvisAlaska DOTPast Chair

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PUG Objectives

  • To provide a forum for a unified voice to direct the course of AASHTOWare Projects, hereinafter called the products, or any products which may supersede these products.
  • To provide cooperative technical support of the products.
  • Provide input to the Product Management Task Force on product effectiveness, product deficiencies, and needed product enhancements.
  • Define product training and support needs.
  • Prioritize maintenance, enhancements, and support needs.
  • Submit recommendations to the Product Management Task Force.

Events & News

Insufficient Materials Summit

Gainesville, FL | Tags: Site-Wide, PUG-Event

Starts: Monday, Dec 2nd 2019 - All Day
Ends: Friday, Dec 6th 2019 - All Day

Alternative Contracts Summit

ST Paul, Minnesota | Tags: Site-Wide, PUG-Event

Starts: Monday, Jan 13th 2020 - All Day
Ends: Friday, Jan 17th 2020 - All Day

2020 AASHTOWare Project User Group Conference

Boise Centre - Boise, Idaho | Tags: Site-Wide, PUG-Event

The 2020 PUG Conference will be held in beautiful Boise, Idaho at the Boise Centre September 27th through October 1st. Boise is located at the heart of the western United States and is convenient from almost anywhere. While the conference will host a combination of technical and best practices sessions, make sure to save some time to visit our state. Whether you’re looking for culture (Shakespeare or ballet anyone?), outdoor adventure or history – you’ll find it here! The Idaho Transportation Department is excited to be your hosts and we look forward to showing you some of our unique gems.

Starts: Sunday, Sep 27th 2020 - All Day
Ends: Thursday, Oct 1st 2020 - All Day

Technical Advisory Groups (TAGs)

TAGs advise the PUG on how to enhance existing applications. TAGs conduct quarterly or monthly meetings along with an annual business meeting that takes place at the PUG conference. Each TAG consists of a Coordinator, Co-Coordinator, and members. Only one member per agency is permitted on a TAG. There are currently seven active TAGs, each dedicated to a specific business area.

For more information on Technical Advisory Groups (TAGs) please log in and visit the TAG page