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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.