The state of Oregon has a two-year budget cycle that begins on July 1 of odd numbered years. The budget development process has three major phases: Agency Request, Governor’s Balanced, and Legislatively Adopted.
Overview of transportation funding in Oregon
The money used to preserve, improve and operate Oregon's transportation system comes from several major sources including but not limited to motor vehicle registration and title fees; driver license fees; motor vehicle fuel taxes; weight-mile tax and federal funding.
Financial reports including annual financial reports and revenue apportionment
Forecasts and Economic Reports
The state produces a variety of forecasts and reports on a regular basis including -
Highway cost allocation studies and economic reports
Funding and Grants for Local Governments
We assist local governments with transportation project funding and grant opportunities.
Project funding (STIP)
ConnectOregon multimodal funding
Funding for local governments
Public transportation funding
External and Internal Audits
Our Audit Section provides an essential audit and oversight service to management to improve accountability and protect the public.