The AAMDC has worked with Alberta Transportation since 1995 to work towards a Transportation Routing And Vehicle Information System (TRAVIS). In 2001, the initial phase of TRAVIS was implented for the application and delivery of overweight and oversized permits on provincial highways. Since 2006, TRAVIS has begun work towards a multi-jurisdictional system that could be used by muncipalities for their permit approvals. This would create a single entry system for industry to access when the need is there to travel across the province. At that time, some AAMDC members were consulted to determine requirements of municipalities. TRAVIS Multijurisdictional System conducted a pilot project in the Grande Prairie region and during that time, the AAMDC had 2 representatives on the fees committee which is looking at how fees and revenues will be distrbuted among the province and muncipalities. There are concerns among some of our members regarding the implementation of the system and the AAMDC is working with Alberta Transportation to alleviate these concerns.