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  • Looking ahead
    Road.pngThe 2013 Oregon Legislatures passed Senate Bill 810, the first legislation in the United States to establish a road usage charge system for transportation funding. The bill authorizes the Oregon Department of Transportation to set up a mileage collection system for 5,000 cars and light commercial vehicles beginning July 1, 2015. For those who volunteer to participate, the Road Usage Charge Program, also known as OReGO will assess a charge of 1.5 cents per mile and issue a gas tax credit as warranted. This will not be another pilot program but rather the start of an alternate method of generating fuel tax from specific vehicles to pay for Oregon highways.
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OReGO is launched!
You can now sign up to participate in OReGO! Visit our website at MyOReGO.org to enroll. The website will serve as a comprehensive resource for Oregonians looking to learn more about the program and what it means for the future of our state’s transportation system. The OReGO website includes a calculator to compare current fuel tax payment versus projected road charge payments, profiles of volunteer participants from the 2012 pilot program, FAQs and an opportunity to sign up for our volunteer interest list.
See the latest infographic (PDF), updated May 2015.
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