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You can share information, look at photos, watch videos, comment and connect with the Oregon Department of Transportation by subscribing to any of the following social media sites or electronic mailing lists. 
 
These tools reside outside of the Oregon Department of Transportation's official website. Links are provided as a service and do not represent an endorsement by the Oregon Department of Transportation. Only TripCheck.com is updated and monitored 24 hours a day.
 
Know before you go. Use your mobile device before you get behind the wheel.
 


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Visit www.TripCheck.com or call 511 for the latest conditions via road cameras, continuous travel updates, year-round highway construction details, and other valuable tips to get you to and from your favorite places in Oregon via air, bus, rail, or ride share. You can also get automated traffic alerts for specific roads via Twitter. Sign up on  www.TripCheck.com .
With our e-mail update system you can get ODOT news and information e-mailed straight to your inbox.
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Oregon DOT joins the conversation on Twitter, a micro-blog allows us to provide important news to you in 140 characters or less. (Note: Oklahoma and Ohio Departments of Transportation are known as ODOT too, so look for Oregon DOT when searching for Oregon.) Sign up for automated traffic Tweets for specific roads on  www.TripCheck.com .
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Connect to Oregon DOT videos through our YouTube channel. Watch online, comment or subscribe.
Facebook logo  Share information and learn about interesting but often lesser-known programs and projects. Become a fan of the Oregon Department of Transportation or the Interstate 205 Multi-Use Path Project and let us know what you think.
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Transportation related photos from around the state. We'd like to share them with you.
Blogger logo  The Willamette River Bridge Project blog is a good place to share information about this large bridge replacement project on Interstate 5 in the Eugene/Springfield area.
Oregon DOT logo  As always, you can ask questions or share comments with our helpful staff in the Ask ODOT office. Call 1-888 Ask ODOT (275-6368) or e-mail.
 

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