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Jobs and Transportation Act

JTA Projects

Transportation projects are a means to achieving the things that we as Oregonians value - a vibrant economy with good jobs, safe communities with a good quality of life, and a clean environment. Projects are ultimately about people, not pavement; they're about communities, not concrete.

The Oregon Legislature passed the Jobs and Transportation Act, or JTA, in 2009, at a time when the nation was suffering from the worst recession in modern times. Now, the state is reaping the benefit of these transportation investments. 

JTA Weekly Project Status Report

JTA Quarterly Project Status Report to the Legislature

2016 JTA Report

Woodburn Interchange
The Woodburn Interchange was a successful JTA project.

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