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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.

Note: Please append the Errata sheet to the Oregon Transportation Plan, Volume 2 - Technical Appendices 1-7.


Publication Note

The information provided on this page includes key background documents developed for the OTP planning process. These materials include transportation system overview information, economic and financial papers, materials on specific aspects of transportation in Oregon, and other documents of interest.

Note: The information in these documents reflects the conditions at the time of their development and may contain dated information.


Economic and Financial Information

Note: The OTP Transportation Needs 2005-2030 Executive Summary - July 14, 2005 and OTP Transportation Needs Analysis 2005-2030 Summary Report - July 14, 2005 (Full Report) have been updated to include an errata sheet at the end of the report.


Specific Transportation Topics


Published Materials


Committee Process

The OTP reflects the work of many interested parties who participated throughout the plan development process. In addition to the numerous groups and individuals who provided valuable comments on the OTP, four committees were assembled to help guide vital aspects of the planning process.

Three OTP policy committees drafted policies in particular focus areas. The Mobility and Economic Vitality Policy Committee developed policies to increase the efficient intercity, interstate and international movement of people and goods and support economic vitality. The Safety and Security Policy Committee crafted policies to increase transportation safety and security. The Sustainability and Transportation Choices Policy Committee focused on supporting livable communities and developing a sustainable transportation system.

The OTP Steering Committee oversaw plan development and provided overall plan direction. The committee defined a plan vision, revised policies, guided analysis processes, and recommended investment strategies and key initiatives.

Committee Members


Staff Contacts

Erik Havig
Planning Section Manager

Michael Rock
Oregon Transportation Plan Manager

Amanda Pietz
Planning Unit Manager