Transportation projects are a means to achieving the things that we as Oregonians value - a vibrant economy with good jobs, safe communities with a good quality of life, and a clean environment. Transportation projects are ultimately about people, not pavement; they're about communities, not concrete.
The Oregon Legislature passed the Jobs and Transportation Act in 2009, at a time when the nation was suffering from the worst recession in modern times. Now, seven years later, the state is reaping the benefit of these transportation investments with a rapidly-growing economy that is seeing jobs grow at a rapid pace. View interactive map of state and local JTA projects.