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Fact Sheet Oregon Highway Plan Amendment Overview Presentation
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A public hearing was held on July 20, 2022. When the meeting video is available it will be posted here.
A public hearing was held on July 20, 2022. You may watch it below.
The Oregon Transportation Commission is expected to review the policy amendment in September 2022. If adopted, the policy will be effective immediately.
Modernizing these policies will provide a solid framework and context for ODOT and other agencies that wish to pursue toll-based congestion pricing. First up will be toll rate setting for the I-205 Toll Project, for which we are planning to start a rules advisory committee in late 2022.
Additionally, recent legislation (HB 2017 and HB 3055) and new policies since 2012 (Statewide Transportation Strategy, 2021-2023 Strategic Action Plan, etc.) have provided more explicit direction, and policy should be modernized to better connect to other policy goals and targets provided in those documents.
This amendment will not set toll rates or identify toll revenue allocation project-level requirements, targets, or identify specific investments. The toll rate setting process is a separate effort that culminates in Oregon Transportation Commission adoption. The project sponsor and partners identify specific investments that are funded through toll projects, which includes mitigation.
Please come back to this page for ongoing updates and additional information on how to get involved as opportunities arise.
EmailRoseann O'LaughlinODOT Principal Planner – Policy, Data and Analysis DivisionTelephone503-986-3525
EmailGaret Prior, AICPODOT Toll Policy ManagerTelephone503-396-2588
EmailMichael RockTransportation Planning Unit ManagerTelephone971-304-5187
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