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The Delivery and Operations 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.
Divided into five geographic regions, some services originate from ODOT’s central Salem offices, while others, including maintenance, project development and delivery, and traffic management, are provided by regional offices.
Transportation project list
Office of Maintenance and Operations
Statewide Project Delivery
Providing support for project delivery and construction.
Providing technical and engineering support.
Our sections include:
The Policy, Data and Analysis Division provides support and services ranging from shared technical assistance to cities, counties and metropolitan planning organizations, to financial support of planning and infrastructure projects to local governments, universities and federal and state agencies. The four main program areas are
The STIP is Oregon’s four-year transportation capital improvement program. It is the document that identifies the funding for, and scheduling of, transportation projects and programs.
The Support Services Division provides services that support all operations within ODOT.
The Facilities Services Branch provides maintenance and construction services to ODOT owned and occupied structures and properties. ODOT facilities are office buildings, DMV offices, communication sites, maintenance locations and many other types of structures.
Information Systems Section enables people to deliver ODOT products and services by providing sustainable business and technology solutions. We provide applications development services, computer support, information security, governance, planning and other information technology services.
Engineering Application Support Team
The ODOT Procurement Office , or OPO, provides procurement and contracting services for ODOT including personal services, highway construction, architectural and engineering services, trade services and goods.
The Office of Urban Mobility and Mega Project Delivery focuses on comprehensive solutions to congestion, access, and mobility issues. While its work will continue to evolve, the office will immediately focus on developing and delivering innovative solutions for comprehensive congestion relief as directed by the legislature in HB 2017 including the I-5 Rose Quarter Improvement Project, the I-205 and Abernethy Bridge Project, and active development of a tolling and congestion pricing program.
The Commerce and Compliance Division promotes a safe, efficient, and responsible commercial transportation industry by simplifying compliance, reducing regulatory requirements wherever appropriate, preserving the infrastructure, enhancing the private/public partnership, fostering effective two-way communication, and delivering superior customer service while recognizing the vital economic interests of the commercial trucking industry.
Finance and Budget Division provides a complete range of integrated financial and accounting processes for the agency. These include financial statement preparation, accounts payable, accounts receivable, asset accounting, payroll, cash forecasting and management, funds administration, innovative finance/debt issuance and management, financial analysis and reporting, policy, financial forecasting, cost allocation, fuels tax administration, audit and collection.
The Communications Section is responsible for coordinating ODOT's internal and external communications activities including media relations, public information and outreach.
The Government Relations team guides ODOT's participation in state and federal legislative efforts and intergovernmental relationships with tribal governments to positively advance ODOT's mission and values for the benefit of all Oregonians.
The Civil Rights team works to promote innovative programs that provide equitable access and opportunities in Oregon transportation. Programs include -
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