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In 2017 the Oregon Legislature passed Senate Bill 344, which directed the Oregon State Parks Department (OPRD) to develop an Advisory Committee to review potential ATV use on State Highways (not county or city roads). The intent is to look at connections from towns which already allow ATV use on local street to OHV riding areas. Often this will occur in rural and remote areas with low traffic levels and reduced speed limits. Often only short sections on State Highways need to be designated to make these connections. The ATV Highway Access Route Advisory Committee’s purpose is to review proposed sections of highways and make recommendations to Oregon Transportation Commission.
Applications are now accepted for proposed ATV highway access routes. Contact Ian Caldwell, 541-410-5512 to discuss your proposal and obtain an application.
Advisory Committee Meeting
November 15th, 2021 via Zoom. (Open to the public, but without comments taken at meeting)
The seven-person ATV Highway Access Routes Advisory Committee will meet via conference call 9 a.m. - noon to discuss a proposed ATV access route designation for a segment of a state highway in Prairie City.
The call is open to the public, but public comments need to be submitted by November 10 via email to ATV.firstname.lastname@example.org
The public is invited to listen to the call at 253-215-8782 or view the presentation on Zoom: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/81052446656?pwd=eHR6anBCbDJYc1pZMjVoZ0VJb0xpUT09 • Zoom Webinar ID: 810 5244 6656• Passcode: 584017
Ian Caldwell62976 O.B. Riley RoadBend, OR 97703541-410-5512
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