ODOT manages a $5.1 billion budget (HB 5542) that funds programs related to Oregon’s system of highways, roads and bridges; railways; public transportation services; transportation safety programs; driver and vehicle licensing; and motor carrier regulation.
Delivery & Operations
accounts for about two-thirds, or about $3.2 billion, of ODOT’s 2021–2023 legislatively approved budget. The division spends its resources on maintaining the highway
system, bridge and pavement preservation projects, adding capacity to highways, and bicycle/pedestrian projects among others.
Debt service on bonds, the second-largest spending category in ODOT’s budget, totals $561.3 million. Most of this debt service is paid by the State Highway Fund; some is paid out of lottery revenue.
Support Services Division's budget of $176.5 million provides essential services to ODOT including procurement, information systems and human resources.
ODOT Headquarters budget of $61.9 million provides leadership and management to the agency and vital services and accountability to partners and the general public. Program areas include Social Equity, Civil Rights including the ESB program, Government Relations and Communications.
Finance & Budget Division's
budget of $50.9 million provides essential services to ODOT including financial management, budget, revenue forecasting and collecting fuels tax
Driver and Motor Vehicle Services Division
has a budget of $258.6 million. DMV
licenses and regulates drivers and vehicles to promote safety and protect consumer interests through 60 field offices located throughout the state.
The Public Transporation Division and Rail Program
: Public Transit
has $336.6 million available for communities and local transportation providers to help people with special needs, those in rural areas and intercity travelers. Rail Program has a budget of $71.7 million to regulate rail and crossing safety and to provide intercity rail service.
Transportation Safety's $39.2 million budget provides safety programs that address intoxicated driving, young drivers, use of safety belts, child safety seats and other programs.