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Stakeholder Update

​The Stakeholder Update is a semi-regular newsletter of the Oregon Department of Transportation, which provides news on transportation policy and programs to key stakeholders.

May 2015

Oregon is pioneering a new way to pay for transportation with OReGO, the nation’s first per-mile road usage charge. The program goes live on July 1, and ODOT is looking for volunteers to test the system.
Five things you should know about the Oregon Transportation Commission’s newest member
Sean O’Hollaren, a Nike executive with a long career working in transportation, has been confirmed to the Oregon Transportation Commission.
With the completion of the West Coast Electric Highway, electric vehicles can range far and wide, creating opportunities to increase ownership of these environmentally-friendly vehicles.
The I-5 Kuebler Interchange project, funded by the 2009 Jobs and Transportation Act, will help create jobs by improving truck access between Interstate 5 and a major industrial park in south Salem.





TripCheck.com, ODOT’s traveler information site, continues to improve with a new interactive map and a partnership with technology company Waze that will provide crowdsourced traffic data to TripCheck.
Highway construction and maintenance workers face one of the most dangerous jobs in America, so ODOT and partners are launching a work zone safety campaign to make sure workers and motorists make it home safe every night.