Investments in Communities
With the passage of Keep Oregon Moving (HB 2017), the Oregon Legislature made a significant investment in transportation statewide and in local communities. With those investments come transparency, accountability and performance requirements. The purpose of this web page is to help local governments meet those requirements.
Road and Bridge Condition Reporting
Keep Oregon Moving requires the Oregon Transportation Commission to work with counties and cities to develop uniform standards to describe and report the condition of pavement and bridges owned by the state, cities and counties. Each jurisdiction must use these standards to report the condition of their pavement and bridges to ODOT every two years. In turn, we must post these reports on a transparency and accountability website beginning in 2019.
It’s as easy as 1, 2, 3!
To help us all meet the expectations in HB 2017, Section 11, we’ve developed a brief guide and a helpful video.
We’ve boiled the process down to three easy steps. Use the guide and video to help you gather information. When the reporting forms become available towards the end of the year you’ll be ready to enter the data. Sign up to get updates delivered right to your inbox
Other Local Government Programs and Requirements
Statewide Transportation Improvement Fund - Keep Oregon Moving establishes a new dedicated source of funding for expanding public transportation service in Oregon.