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Projects that maintain or preserve the existing transportation system
The Fix-It category includes all capital funding categories that maintain or fix ODOT’s portion of the transportation system. The Fix-It program receives 76 percent of the statewide funding for the STIP.
As of October 2013, the 100% Project List is now available.
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Eligible Projects Include:
Operations, which includes illumination, signs and signals, Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS), and landslides and rockfalls
Repairs to bicycle/pedestrian facilities on state routes
State-owned bridges and culverts
Site mitigation and repair
Work zone safety projects (project specific)
Projects eligible to be funded through the Fix-It program are divided into Regional and Statewide categories (see above). ODOT staff at the Salem headquarters office is responsible for recommending projects for funding consideration in the Statewide category. Projects in this category may or may not fall within the boundaries of Region 1.
ODOT Region 1 staff is responsible for recommending projects for funding consideration in the Regional category using information from various data management systems and staff recommendations. The recommended list of projects may also include projects in the Statewide category that are located within the region boundaries.
150% Proposed Project List (PDF)
ODOT staff will further refine this list before presenting it to the Oregon Transportation Commission (OTC), which will select the final list of projects to be included in the STIP based on public input and other information submitted by ODOT (see timeline below).
Tell us what you think
Click here to tell ODOT which projects you think should or should not be included in the 100% project list and why. Please specify which projects you are referring to by name or number. Input about the projects included on the 150% list will be accepted through June 30, 2013. Additional input opportunities will occur in late 2013 and 2014.
ODOT staff present the proposed project list, which represent 150% of the funding available in the region, to local stakeholders for review and feedback.
November 2012 - Spring 2013
ODOT staff research and develop cost estimates for the 150% project list.
Based on the its research, ODOT staff refine the proposed project list, which represents 100% of funding available in the region, and presents it again to local stakeholders for review and feedback.
The OTC releases the official draft STIP for public review and input, which includes both the Fix-It and Enhance projects.
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