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Oregon Transportation Plan (OTP)

What is the OTP?

The Oregon Transportation Plan was adopted by the Oregon Transportation Commission at their September 20, 2006 meeting.

OTP Amendment: ADA Strategy

As part of development of the Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) Americans with Disabilities Act, Title II Transition Plan, ODOT has reviewed current policy, including the Oregon Transportation Plan (OTP).

OTP Policy 1.2 strongly supports “a transportation system with multiple travel choices that are easy to use, cost effective and accessible to all potential users, including the transportation disadvantaged.”

In order to strengthen commitment to ADA planning work, a new OTP strategy has been recommended:

Strategy 1.2.3: It is the policy of the State of Oregon to prepare a Transition Plan consistent with Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act to establish actions and funding priorities that ensure transportation facilities are accessible to all users.

The new strategy was approved at the January 2017 Oregon Transportation Commission Meeting.

Staff Contacts

Erik Havig
Planning Section Manager

Michael Rock
Planning Unit Manager