Statewide Policy Plan Implementation
Plan implementation puts state and agency policy and goals into action via tangible activities throughout ODOT and through the activities of ODOT's partners in every part of the state. This page highlights examples of ODOT activities that help implement the statewide plans, organized by
recent news, by plan and by theme. See the theme section for 2021 activities. Each plan is unique and in a different place in its lifecycle from development to implementation to update, so the kinds of items available and reported vary.
Most statewide transportation plans are implemented by ODOT and by local and regional governments via their own transportation plans. See your city, county, or tribe websites and transportation plans to find more accomplishments. Get involved when your local government updates its plans, when statewide plans are updated, and when investments are selected for your local capital improvement program, and for the
Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) via your
Area Commission on Transportation and ODOT outreach.
Recent Plan Implementation News
2/22: ODOT is updating the Traffic Records Strategic Plan, which was identified as a short-term action in the 2021 Transportation Safety Action Plan. This update will be based on the most recent
Traffic Records Assessment recommendations. The plan is directed primarily at actions of the Oregon Traffic Records Coordinating Committee and helps this group fulfill a broad role of communication, coordination, and assistance among collectors, managers, and users of these data in Oregon.
This section shows ODOT workplans for each plan (as available), accomplishments, and related links for each plan.
OHP is scheduled to be updated along with the OTP. Late in the OTP process, the
OHP process will begin. See this page
for more information.