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Nondiscrimination in Federally Assisted Programs

The Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) complies with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), and other federal nondiscrimination authorities which prohibit discrimination based on race, color, national origin, age, disability, sex, income level, and Limited English Proficiency. Our Nondiscrimination policies apply in ODOT's programs, activities, services, operations, delivery of benefits, and opportunities to participate.

The ODOT Office of Civil Rights partners with other business areas at ODOT to serve people in Oregon in alignment with federal nondiscrimination authorities.

For more information, see the Related Links section further down the page.​​​

In an effort to provide equitable access, ODOT provides accessibility aids, translation, and interpretation services for all public events and vital documents free of charge upon request. You can get these services by providing reasonable advanced notice.

Contact the ODOT Office of Civil Rights directly for assistance with any of the following:

  • General assistance and inquiries;
  • Translating ODOT publications;
  • Interpreting for ODOT events or activities;
  • Improving accessibility to public events;
  • Providing recourse against discrimination;
  • Locating Civil Rights program documentation.

For specific assistance, submit an inquiry using our Comments, Questions, Concerns, and Requests (CQCR) online form or see the Contact the ODOT Office of Civil Rights section further down the page.

ODOT also has a discrimination complaint process. You can submit a complaint pertaining to Title VI or the Americans with Disabilities Act using one of the following methods:

​You can email our Administrative Office, our ADA Program Manager, or our Title VI Officer for assistance. You can also reach us using one of the following methods: