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  • April is National Distracted Driving Awareness Month

    On average, a distracted driver crash occurs in Oregon every 2.5 hours.

    Join us this April in a year round pledge to ditch the distractions and focus on driving when you are behind the wheel. The time to end distracted driving in Oregon is now.

    Start today by taking these simple steps to improve the safety of all our road users. 
  • ODOT "Can Do" Spirit

    building sign for web.jpgNew speed limit in Central and Eastern Oregon to take effect on March 1.

    ODOt has been preparing for the new speed limit since last fall.

    Secondary highways will be set at 65, freeways at 70

    Watch ODOT crews preparing highways for new speed limit. ​​
  • Become and OReGO pioneer!
    RUC174.jpgOReGO, the nation's first per-mile charging system is up an running and welcoming volunteers to enroll online today.

    Share your love for Oregon's roads, sign up now. Space is limited.
     
     
     
ODOT Construction Underway Current Topics

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ODOT  Blasts through Bly Mountain. Cres are making way for safer Highway 140 across Bly Mountain near Klamath Falls.

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New Interchange at Biggs Junction helps trucks, motorists and is a new connection on our Journey Through Time Scenic Byway.

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Region 4 Newsroom

Highway Projects by County 

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Wildlife crossings in Oregon

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The sound of safety

Roadway departure fatalities are a serious — and often preventable — problem in the United States. The Federal Highway Administration reports that 54 percent of all highway fatalities in the U.S. are caused by drivers leaving their lane of travel. ODOT is helping to prevent these accidents.
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Visit Tripcheck.com - Know before you go

Learn about highway conditions before you head out.
Find out more about Tripcheck.com. 

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