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  • You're invited to join the 2nd Annual Drive Less Challenge

    DriveLess.pngThe second annual Oregon Drive Less Challenge, spearheaded by the Oregon Department of Transportation and its partners, has an ambitious goal: eliminating one million vehicle miles traveled in 14 days. Running Oct. 6 through Oct. 19, the challenge aims to connect Oregonians with green, healthy travel options.

     

  • Infographic shows impact of inflation

    Inflation vs Construction infographicOregonians know that rising prices for such everyday items as bread, milk, juice and coffee affect their household finances. Less evident are the increased costs of the materials needed to build and repair the transportation infrastructure that takes them where they want to go. A new ODOT infographic illustrates the impact inflation has on transportation projects in Oregon. Simply stated, higher cost means less money available for Oregon’s vital transportation system.

     

  • Time for motorists to be on high alert for wildlife

    deer.pngOctober and November are the two busiest months for vehicle-wildlife collisions, statewide and nationally. With more wildlife crossing roads all over the state, Oregon State Police, Oregon Department of Transportation, and Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife urge motorists to be on alert.

     

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