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The Transportation Safety Office works with local governments and volunteers to promote safety in numerous ways. One of the most effective ways to make things happen is to bring people from a wide range of interests and backgrounds together and task them with creating solutions for traffic safety issues in their communities.
Oregon Traffic Safety Committees and CommissionsMap of Local Traffic Safety CommunitiesCurrent Traffic Safety Systems
OSCA Data Chart DUII Cases Filed 2019-2021
Bend Area Transportation Safety Action Plans 2019
Clackamas County Drive to Zero Transportation Safety Action Plan Update 2017-2018
Saving Lives with Safe Streets - Vision Zero Action Plan for PortlandPortland Bureau of Transportation Vision Zero Action PlanPortland Metro 2018 Regional Transportation Safety PlanUnion County Local Road Safety PlanUnion County LRSP Fall 2021 508 Compliance Report
2015 Fatal and Injury Quick Facts2015 Oregon Fatal and Injury Traffic Crash Summary
Aggressive DrivingDistracted DrivingSlow Down for the Curve
It Only Takes A Second For Sleep to Hit You Man - pdf
It Only Takes A Second For Sleep to Hit You Woman - pdf
Wipers On? Lights On! - Graphic for Web - gif
Lights and Swipes - We Go Together Radio PSA - mp3
Building Safe CommunitiesNHTSA Risky Driving ResourcesOregon ImpactOregon Institute of Occupational Health SciencesSafetyLit Injury Prevention
Walter McAllisterProgram Manager971-283-0980
Transportation Safety OfficeODOT-TLC Building, MS 34040 Fairview Industrial Drive SESalem, OR 97302-1142
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