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Regional Toll Advisory Committee

March 11, 2024 Update: At the direction of Governor Kotek and the Oregon Transportation Commission, we have stopped work on the Regional Mobility Pricing Program and have begun to slow our efforts for the I-205 Toll Project and the remainder of the Oregon Toll Program. 

We are working to wrap up various efforts to ensure our future readiness for a revived toll program if the Oregon Legislature re-affirms the direction to implement tolls in the Portland metro region. These pages will be updated soon.


About the Regional Toll Advisory Committee

In 2017, the Oregon Legislature passed House Bill 2017 that directed the Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) to pursue and implement tolling on I-5 and I-205 in the Portland metropolitan area to manage traffic congestion.

Since 2017, ODOT has engaged policymakers and key stakeholders from the Portland metropolitan region and southwest Washington to advance project planning and toll policy development.

ODOT is forming a Regional Toll Advisory Committee (RTAC) to further the engagement of Portland metropolitan region's policymakers and stakeholders to provide input, advice, and support as we prepare to implement tolling in the region. 

The Regional Toll Advisory Committee will advise the ODOT Director in developing toll projects in the Portland metropolitan area. Committee meetings will provide a forum to provide feedback to ODOT leadership in advance of OTC or ODOT toll-related decisions.

The Regional Toll Advisory Committee is asked to focus their deliberations on key project-level decisions. This includes:
  • Integration of the I-205 Toll Project with the Regional Mobility Pricing Project as well as the 2023 update to the Regional Transportation Plan and 2022 updates to the Oregon Highway Plan and Oregon Transportation Plan
  • Centering of equity in process and outcomes
  • Monitoring of diversion and funding projects that address diversion impacts
  • Providing local input on criteria for allocation of net toll revenue


RTAC Member
​Frank Bubenik
​City of Tualatin
​Shawn Donaghy
C-Tran (representing Greater Vancouver Chamber of Commerce)
Dean Reynolds
Cowlitz Indian Tribe
​Nafisa Fai​
​Washington County
​Brendan Finn
​ODOT, Urban Mobility Office (non-voting member)
​Carley Francis

​Washington State Department of Transportation
​Mingus Mapps
​City of Portland
​​Denise Harvey

​Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde
​Rory Bialostosky
​City of West Linn
​Sarah Iannarone
​The Street Trust
​Jon Isaacs
​Portland Business Alliance
​Jana Jarvis
​Oregon Trucking Association
​Anne McEnerny-Ogle
​City of Vancouver
​Della Mosier
​ODOT, Urban Mobility Office (non-voting member)
​Willy Myers
​Oregon State Building and Construction Trades Council
​James Paulson
​EMAC Liaison
​Christine Lewis
​Matt Ransom
​SW Washington Regional Transportation Council​
​Curtis Robinhold
​Port of Portland
​Michelle Belkot
​Clark County, WA
​Paul Savas
​Clackamas County
​JC Vannatta​
​Susheela Jayapal
​Multnomah County
​Julie Wilcke Pilmer
​Ride Connection
​Kasi Woidyla
​Virginia Garcia Memorial Health Center
​Keith Lynch
​FHWA (ex officio)
​Kris Strickler
​ODOT Director serving as chair​

​Whenever safe to do so, meetings will be held at a location accessible to the members and public. All meetings will provide an opportunity to listen in, participate remotely and be recorded.

Accommodations will be provided to people with disabilities. To request an accommodation such as materials in alternate formats, please call Hannah Williams at 503-894-4173 or call statewide relay at 7-1-1 at least 48 hours prior to the meeting.

Upcoming Meetings

Regional Toll Advisory Committee Meeting #13

Monday, March 18th, 9:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m