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COVID-19 Information

ODOT is following the direction of the Governor's Office to help slow and prevent the spread of the coronavirus, COVID-19. For information about the statewide response, visit the Governor's COVID-19 web page.

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Schedule Your Own DMV Appointment

DMV has a new online appointment scheduling tool that allows you to schedule your own appointment at a time that works for you. You can also change or cancel an already scheduled appointment.

Commerce and Compliance Scheduling Appointments

Motor Carrier offices are doing business by appointment only or through Oregon Trucking Online. Visit our Trucking Related COVID-19 Information for updates.

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Existing ODOT A&E and construction contracts are continuing to move forward. We know that COVID-19 could potentially affect existing and future A&E and construction contracts. We also know these impacts are impossible to predict and could vary widely. Visit our Construction page for more information.​

3930 Fairview Industrial Dr. SE, Salem OR 97302 is a locked secured building. If you need to submit a paper bid the bid box has been relocated to the building vestibule. You will need to continue to follow the same instructions for date/time stamping your bid. There is a phone located in the vestibule so you will be able to contact our admin team should you need assistance. Just prior to bid opening, we will open the door and escort you into the lobby for the reading of bid results.

DMV is replacing its online appointment request form with a new system​ that lets customers set appointments themselves.

Starting at 8 a.m. Monday, July 6, the new appointment scheduler at will let you choose the time, date and office for your appointment – without needing a call-back from DMV. You also will be able to reschedule or cancel an appointment with this new service.

See a preview of this easy-to-use appointment scheduler ​

On July 7, Governor Kate Brown signed into law Senate Bill 1601, which creates a moratorium on citations for certain DMV-related activities due through December 31, 2020. Read a public notice about the grace period.​​

Insurance industry guidance (from the state Insurance Division)​​

  • Traffic counts and reports are available weekly.
  • There are no plans to close state borders due to the COVID-19 outbreak. Trucks are delivering needed emergency supplies, including health/medical supplies, food, and other necessary items. Visit for the latest road conditions.
  • Most rest areas are open.


Information for public transit providers

Many local transit providers are adjusting or curtailing service. Contact your local provider for information.

Reduced service on Amtrak Cascades and POINT bus.​​

In response to Governor Kate Brown’s directive to "Stay Home, Save Lives," all ODOT-related meetings are being held via teleconference or are being rescheduled. Contact our staff for more information. Visit our online open house site to provide feedback on various projects.​

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