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  • Federal FAST Act provides increased funding for Oregon
    Congress passed the Fixing America’s Surface Transportation Act (FAST Act) which authorizes federal highway, transit, transportation safety, and rail programs for the next five years. With federal funding locked in for the next five years, Oregon’s transportation agencies can get back to doing what they do best – planning, building, and maintaining the transportation system of the future. More...

  • DMV seeks to bring systems into the 21st century
    As the world has changed, DMV has essentially stood still. Customers today are able to handle their shopping, banking and even file their taxes online. The outdated and paper-heavy processes at DMV do not match that reality. The DMV’s Service Transformation Program (STP) is a multi-year program to improve DMV business processes, enhance service capabilities, replace computer systems, and enable DMV to become more flexible and timely in meeting customer expectations and legislative mandates. More...

  • Crashes, crash severity, down on OR 217 since RealTime signs launched
    Data collected by ODOT since the RealTime project was activated in July 2014 shows a drop in the number of crashes, a drop in the severity of crashes and improved reliability in the 7.5-mile corridor. Active transportation management systems are a lower cost method to improve safety and highway efficiency. More...

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