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Keep Oregon Moving: Local Governments

Road and Bridge Condition Reporting

It's as easy as 1, 2, 3!

In order to make reporting easy, we've boiled it down to three steps.

  1. Identify and survey your roads.
  2. Review your bridge condition data.
    • ODOT inspects all city, county, and state bridges on the National Bridge Inventory every two years. Visit the Oregon's Local Government Bridge Conditions page to see the results of the most recent inspections. We encourage you to use this data for completing your bridge condition report by February 1, 2021.
  3. Submit your report.
    • Starting in December, use the online reporting form to report your road and bridge condition and provide your transportation project website links by Feb. 1, 2021.
    • Additional information, including online training and instruction guides, will be available when the reporting form opens in December. 

Learn More

ODOT will provide a live tutorial and question and answer session in December. Details will be posted soon.

Answers to frequently asked questions

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What does Keep Oregon Moving require?

Keep Oregon Moving, also known as HB 2017, was passed by the Oregon legislature in 2017. It required the Oregon Transportation Commission to work with cities and counties to develop uniform standards to describe and report the condition of pavement and bridges owned by ODOT, counties and cities. Each city and county must report to ODOT on the condition of their roads and bridges by Feb. 1 or each odd-numbered year. ODOT has to post these reports online. The first reporting cycle was in 2019. The next reporting cycle is 2021.

Transportation Project Website Reporting

The Keep Oregon Moving law requires ODOT to post links to all available county and city transportation project websites. When local jurisdictions report their road and bridge conditions, they also provide links to their project websites.


 

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