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HB 2017: Overview

Investments in Transportation

With the passage of HB 2017 (ORS 184.617 to 184.742) transportation funding package five years ago, the Oregon Legislature made a significant investment in transportation. Many of the projects included are complete, and others are well underway

See what's happened in the last five years.

How Oregonians Paid for Projects

The average driver has paid less than one cent per mile to get better roads that provide more reliable trips -- less than people would have paid to repair damaged vehicles if roads had deteriorated. And, the average worker has paid less than $1 a week in payroll tax.

Highlighted Projects

 
Statewide Transportation Improvement Fund: Using the fund, transit providers were able to maintain service availability during the pandemic. They were also able to use their vehicles to support meal delivery and transportation to vaccination centers.

Implementation and Reporting

The revenue increases outlined in the law have only gone into effect when we have met accountability requirements. Our success in meeting those requirements is documented in the Conditional Fuels Tax Increase Report. We've also tracked the condition of our roads and bridges, as well as the status, cost and schedule for each named project.

Keep Oregon Moving requires semiannual revenue and expenditure reports. Here is the latest report. See the ODOT Government Relations page for a list of previous reports.

June 2021 HB 2017 Revenue and Expenditures