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  • Let's take a fresh look at work zone safety

    barrier.pngThere are a variety of tools available to reduce risk in highway work zones. Positive protection devices are designed to physically prevent vehicles traveling through highway work zones from entering space occupied by workers, equipment, materials or roadside hazards. Reducing interaction between traffic and workers through positive protection, or limiting exposure can be done in many ways. Choosing the right tools for the right circumstances is essential.

  • Register for Walk to School Day today
    walktoschool.pngWant to rally a school and its supporters to celebrate the benefits of walking? Are you looking for a way to get attention for needed safety improvements on walking/biking routes to school? Do you want to promote physical activity? Maybe this is your first year or maybe you’re a seasoned expert, either way it’s time to get ready for Walk to School Day, Oct. 8, 2014.
  • 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.


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