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  • Innovative Partnerships
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    The Oregon Innovative Partnerships Program was created to develop transportation projects for solicitation of private sector proposals for partnership and to respond to proposals initiated by private firms and units of government.

    ODOT has contracted with an assortment of expert consultants to assist in project procurement, evaluation of proposals, negotiation of public-private agreements and management of public-private initiatives.
Innovative Partnerships Road Use Revenues
Current Projects
Coming soon
Archived Projects
Information on Sunrise Corridor, South I-205 Corridor, Newberg Dundee, Tolling
Road User Fee Task Force
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In 2001, the legislature created the Road User Fee Task Force: "To develop a design for revenue collection for Oregon's roads and highways that will replace the current system for revenue collection." Learn more about this group's work.
Road Usage Charge Pilot Program (2012) 
The Road Usage Charge Pilot Program continues Oregon's exploration of a per mile charge for fuel efficient vehicles that would replace the gas tax for those vehicles. A report is due to the legislature in 2013. 


Road User Fee Pilot Program (2007) 
The Road User Fee Pilot Program proved that the concept of a per mile fee was feasible and pinpointed areas that needed improvement. Download the final report here (PDF).
Truck Road Use Electronics
ODOT is working with an Oregon trucking company to test a global positioning system device that could automate the state's truck weight-mile tax.