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 regularly to oversee department activities relating to
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.
Commission member biographies
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2023 Commission Meetings
Regular OTC meetings are scheduled the second Thursday, every other month unless otherwise posted. All OTC meetings will be Zoom Hybrid meetings to allow full accessibility and public comment opportunities.
- January 12th - Salem ODOT HQ
- March 9th - Salem ODOT HQ
- May 11th - Salem ODOT HQ
- July 13th - Pendelton
- September 14th - Eugene; Tri-State 9/12-9/13 also in Eugene
- November 9th - NE Portland Area (Gresham, Oregon City-TBD)