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Public Involvement in Transportation Planning

The Oregon Department of Transportation has a strong public involvement component in all phases of transportation decision-making. ODOT invites the public and stakeholder groups to participate in long-range planning, in making decisions about where to invest transportation dollars and in identifying project impacts during project planning and construction. The Oregon Transportation Commission, or OTC,  has a Public Involvement Policy and guidance on how to involve the public, other governments and stakeholder groups in transportation decision-making. The policy calls for early, open, continuous and effective public participation in planning and project decision making processes.

 
 

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