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  • ConnectOregon investments connect businesses, employees and more
    We've gathered a sampling of stories from ConnectOregon​, a non-highway investment program that funds marine and port projects, railroad upgrades, bike/pedestrian paths, airport facilities and public transit.​ See how this Lottery bond-backed program is helping create jobs, supporting our high quality of life and giving Oregonians and visitors options.

  • 2016 State of the System report is ready

    The State of the System report looks at the whole transportation system every two years and reports on our progress in implementing the Oregon Transportation Plan.​
  • Working together: Employees talk about improving safety

    As 2016 fades into memory, one thing ODOT employees won't soon forget is the high number of highway fatalities the state and its people experienced. We talk with several employees who spend most of their days working to improve the safety of the transportation system. View their stories and learn what you can do to save lives.
  • ​Call this number for rail crossing malfunctions!
    Are you stuck at a railroad crossing because of a gate malfunction? Look for the little blue sign and call the number! Be sure to gather the number of the crossing, too, so you can make a proper report.
  • Reports outline vital information about investing in Oregon's roads and bridges

    ​Two new reports, Rough Roads Ahead 2 and Pavement Conditions, discuss the importance to Oregon's economy of good roads and bridges. Without an increase in funding, these transportation assets will deterioriate and that will cost jobs, increase congestion and hurt our trade-dependent economy.
  • May is Transportation Safety Awareness Month
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    We're putting the spotlight on work zone safety during May, but we want everyone in every mode - whether you are on wheels or on foot - to be safe out there. Surviving a crash is difficult so avoiding one in the first place is your key to success.
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​ADA in the Public Right of Way

A fully inclusive transportation system is critical. The goal of our ADA program is to help ensure that ODOT’s buildings, roads and sidewalks are safe and accessible for all. Visit our web page to learn more or choose one of the following links.

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