About the Data
Oregon's counties and cities report this data to ODOT by Feb. 1 of each odd-numbered year. All agencies completed their reports for the 2019 reporting period and their data is shown in the report.
Each county and city reports on the condition of paved, federal-aid roads that it owns. Federal-aid roads are those that serve businesses and commerce and exclude roads that are primarily used for local trips.
Counties and cities also report on the condition of bridges in the National Bridge Inventory, which are bridges longer than 20 feet and open to the public for motor vehicle traffic.
Click “Bridge Condition Report” or “Pavement Condition Report” to view reports.
Choose an agency from the dropdown list or in the table on the left of the screen. View more detail by hovering over the pie chart or over a dot on the map. To change selection, click on a different agency. Click "Reset" to clear your selections and start over.
You may also download the data in CSV format (updated as of 4/1/2019).
ODOT reports similar information about the condition of state highways and bridges. Visit the state bridge condition or state pavement condition visualization to learn more.
For questions about the data or web page, contact our team.