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Apply for a short line railroad rehabilitation tax credit
Learn more about short line railroad rehabilitation tax credits.
Contact: (503) 986-4230
Apply to use rail right-of-way
Notify ODOT of intent to sell or dispose of property next to a railroad right-of-way
Public Entity Notification of Proposed Disposition of Real Property Adjacent to a Railroad Right-of-Way
File a Railroad Annual Report
Must be submitted by all railroads (other than Class 1 carriers) operating in Oregon
Railroad Annual Report
Contact: (503) 986-4169
Locate HB2918 Legislative Reports
The 2013 Oregon House Bill 2918 requires ODOT to provide a passenger rail status report to the Legislative Assembly every other year. Read reports from previous years:
2017 HB2918 Legislative Report
Read ODOT Rail Section topic reports
Central Eastern Oregon Station Report (2019)
The Central & Eastern Oregon Station Report examines the passenger rail markets along the Union Pacific Railroad’s Portland, La Grande, and Huntington Subdivisions that combine to run through the Columbia River Gorge and Eastern Oregon.
Rail Funding Task Force Recommendation (2011)
The Oregon Rail Funding Task Force researched long-term sustainable funding sources for passenger and freight rail in Oregon. This report explains their final funding recommendation.
Oregon Rail Study (2010)
This report was designed to inform policy makers how Oregon's rail system is being used, how it might be used in the future and to provide a foundation for strategic investments.
Pacific Coast Collaborative: High Speed Rail on the Pacific Coast (2010)
This report is part of a feasibility study on fully connecting San Diego through Portland and Seattle to Vancouver, British Columbia with high speed passenger rail.
Contact: (503) 986-4137
Read policy, priorities and implementation strategies for freight and passenger rail
The Federal Passenger Rail Investment and Improvement Act of 2008 required states to produce a comprehensive State Rail Plan.
Oregon's Plan contains insights into our rail system and opportunities for making the most of it.
Oregon State Rail Plan (2020)
Oregon State Rail Plan Implementation Plan development work.
Contact: Bob Melbo 503-986-4137
Grade Crossings and FileNet forms have moved to our Commerce and Compliance Division (CCD) website.
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