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Visit the Oregon Transportation Plan Update page.
The Oregon Highway Plan functions as a strategic element under the guiding aspect of the Oregon Transportation Plan, along with other mode, topic and facility plans. The Oregon Highway Plan must:
Stakeholder interview documents
ODOT’s Policy and Planning Section recently completed interviews with stakeholders, both internal and external, representing a variety of transportation interests. A two-sheet handout and a summary report of the interviews are now available here.
Emerging technology impact assessment
ODOT initiated the Emerging Technology Impact Assessment (ETIA) to consider how emerging transportation technologies such as connected/automated vehicles (CVs/AVs) and Mobility as a Service (MaaS) could specifically transform Oregon's transportation system, address Oregon-specific transportation challenges, and evaluate the range of possible impacts for which ODOT should prepare.
ETIA main page
Whitepapers and other background research documents informing the plan updates
ODOT has completed a series of whitepapers to serve as foundational resources that inform and help guide our approach to statewide plan development. These reports address a range of key themes and trends that are important to consider throughout the plan update process. Whitepapers and associated background research sources supporting the update process are available below.
OTP/OHP update-related documents:
Adam ArgoProject Manager 503-986-3510
Michael RockTransportation Planning Unit Manager 971-304-5187
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