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Oregon Toll Program

ODOT's primary goal is improved travel on I-5 and I-205

With a toll, ODOT helps meet the goal of improved travel by managing traffic flow and helping to raise revenue for infrastructure improvements. The Keep Oregon Moving legislation (House Bill 2017) established a Congestion Relief Fund, which would receive any net proceeds from tolls. The Oregon Constitution (Article IX, Section 3a) specifies that revenues collected from the use or operation of motor vehicles is spent on roadway projects, which could include construction or reconstruction of travel lanes, as well as bicycle and pedestrian facilities or transit improvements in or along the roadway.

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I-205 Toll Project Environmental Assessment Open to Public Comment through April 21

The I-205 Toll Project Environmental Assessment public comment period has been extended through April 21. The extension gives partners and community members more time to review the materials that identify the potential short- and long-term effects of the project, along with possible solutions to address negative effects.

The 60-day public comment period opened on February 21, 2023, and will close on April 21, 2023, 4:00 p.m. During this time, the Oregon Department of Transportation and the Federal Highway Administration are inviting feedback on the Environmental Assessment and associated technical reports. 


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