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ODOT has created a rulemaking advisory committee to ensure that the voice of the customer will be heard in the rulemaking process. The Statewide Toll Rule Advisory Committee (STRAC) will have a diverse and balanced membership focused on those who use or are impacted by the toll program. The STRAC consists of nearly 20 members from across the state. Committee members will serve for approximately 8-12 months.
The STRAC will provide input on the following topics, among others:
The committee will help develop Oregon Administrative Rules that determine how customers interact with and use the system and how toll rates are set up and adjusted. These rules will apply to planned toll projects in the Portland Metro area, as well as any future projects in the state. The rules and rates will be approved by the Oregon Transportation Commission. Check out the
STRAC Overview and Charter for more details.
For questions contact STRAC Staff at Oregontollrules@odot.oregon.gov.
STRAC Member Biographies
STRAC meeting materials can be found on the meeting materials page.
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