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Oregon Department of Aviation

The Oregon Department of Aviation serves the state of Oregon through its three-fold focus of advocating for the growth, improvement and safe operation of aviation in Oregon. In addition, ODA is committed to the development and realization of its strategic plan by addressing statewide aviation issues, participating in multi-model coordination, carefully coordinating and managing aviation-related legislation, and providing assistance to aviation constituents, airport owners/sponsors and aviation system users throughout Oregon.

Oregon Aviation System Plan

Bicycle and Pedestrian

The Oregon Pedestrian and Bicycle Program provides direction to ODOT in establishing pedestrian and bicycle facilities on state highways. We also provide support to local governments, governmental and non-governmental organizations and private citizens, in planning, designing and constructing pedestrian and bicycle facilities.

Oregon Bicycle-Pedestrian Plan

Oregon Highway Division

The Oregon Highway Division is ODOT's most visible arm, spread across Oregon with engineers, road crews and a wide array of other disciplines involved in the maintenance of the state's highways, bridges and other parts of the transportation system.

Oregon Highway Plan

Oregon Transit Division

This Oregon Transit Division site includes information about ODOT Public Transit Division, division staff contacts and related program information that supports local bus and rideshare services in Oregon. The site gives information about transit providers, local transit service schedules, rideshare and carpool options, as well as information about grant programs available to support public transportation and rideshare services. Included are sections of interest to transit professionals and stakeholders about relevant meetings, research, guidance and studies.

Oregon Rail Division

The Oregon Rail Division encompasses, and regulates, many aspects of the rail industry within the state of Oregon. These aspects include setting policy involving freight and passenger rail transportation and implementing strategies to improve rail service, oversight of the rail fixed guideway systems (TriMet, Portland Street car, etc.), exclusive authority over all public railroad-highway crossings, enforcement of Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) regulations concerning railroads (track and structures, locomotives and rail cars, operating practices, and hazardous materials), and enforcement of state rules pertaining to railroad employee safety.

Oregon Rail Plan


Oregon Transportation Plan