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Transit Benches and Shelters


Bus shelter advertisingTransit shelters and benches are structures erected and maintained at official stops for a mass transit district, transportation district or any other public transportation agency to protect their riders from the weather at transit stops.

The rules carried out by the Outdoor Advertising Program apply solely to the placement of outdoor advertising signs visible from a state highway. They do not grant any authority to:  

  • Construct or place a bench or shelter; or
  • Maintain any existing bench or shelter.

Oregon Revised Statute

  • 377.700 - Motorist Information Signs
    • This section includes permitting requirements and exemptions

 

Oregon Administrative Rule

  • 734-059 - Signs, General Provisions
    • The section provides definitions of key terms, costs to obtain permits and business licenses, as well as penalties for related violations.
  • 734-060 - Signs
    • This section includes application process information and exemption rules.
  • 734-063 - Relocating Outdoor Advertising Signs on a Scenic Byway
    • Rules included in this section are intended to ensure the state complies with federal scenic byway laws.
  • 734-065 - Advertising Signs Attached to Bus Shelters
    • This section of Oregon rule reviews the specifications and requirements associated with transit shelter signage.

 

Contact the Outdoor Advertising Sign Program

4040 Fairview Industrial Drive, MS 2
Salem, Oregon 97302
Phone: 503-986-3656
Fax: 503-986-3625

Program Contacts

Phone: 503-986-3656
 
Phone: 503-986-3635

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