About the Commission
The Oregon Transportation Commission establishes state transportation policy. The commission also guides the planning, development and management of a statewide integrated transportation network that provides efficient access, is safe, and enhances Oregon’s economy and livability.
The commission meets monthly to oversee Department of Transportation activities relating to
- Public transportation;
- Transportation safety;
- Motor carrier transportation;
- Drivers and motor vehicles.
The governor appoints five commissioners, ensuring that different geographic regions of the state are represented. One member must live east of the Cascade Range; no more than three members can belong to one political party.
How to Interact with the Commission