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Motor Carrier Transportation Division Rulemaking Actions

Proposed Motor Carrier Rules

These proposed rule changes are open for public comment. Please send your written comments to the ODOT Rules Coordinator.

There are no proposed Motor Carrier rules for comment at this time.

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Recently Closed Motor Carrier Rules

These proposals are no longer open for public comment. The Oregon Transportation Commission will consider approval of these proposed changes at its next meeting.

Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations - Annual Readoption

These rule changes adopt the current international standards related to driver, vehicle and hazardous materials out-of-service violations. Minor language was added to OAR 740-100-0010 to comply with federal regulations pertaining to the thirty-four restart rules.

Proposed Rule Text          Notice Forms

Rules to be amended: 740-100-0010, 740-100-0065, 740-100-0070, 740-100-0080, 740-100-0085, 740-100-0090, 740-110-0010
OTC meeting date: April 18, 2014

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Recently Adopted Motor Carrier Rules

These rule changes have been adopted approximately in the last six months.

Annual Readoption of IRP, IFTA and HVUT

These amendments adopt the January 1, 2014 federal standards related to the International Registration Plan, International Fuel Tax Agreement and Heavy Vehicle Use Tax to ensure Oregon remains current with federal regulations.

Final Rule Text         Filing Certificate

Rules amended: 740-200-0010, 740-200-0020, 740-200-0040
Date filed: December 20, 2013
Effective date: January 1, 2014

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Published Motor Carrier Rules

This link will take you to Chapter 740 Motor Carrier rules on the Secretary of State's web page.

Chapter 734 Motor Carrier rules are in divisions 70 through 79 and 82.

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