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Oregon Transportation Commission
January 20 at 9:00 am - 11:00 am
The Oregon Transportation Commission establishes state transportation policy. The commission also guides the planning, development and management of a statewide integrated transportation network that provides efficient access, is safe, and enhances Oregon’s economy and livability.
- Public transportation;
- Transportation safety;
- Motor carrier transportation;
- Drivers and motor vehicles.
The governor appoints five commissioners, ensuring that different geographic regions of the state are represented. One member must live east of the Cascade Range; no more than three members can belong to one political party.
Agenda items include:
- Urban Mobility Office Update: An update from the Urban Mobility Office on the progress of core projects outlined in the Urban Mobility Strategy: the I-205 Improvements Project, the Tolling Program’s Metropolitan Transportation Improvement Program amendment process, and an update on the I-5 Rose Quarter Improvement Project’s finance plan.
- Federal Infrastructure Bill: Provide input on ODOT’s proposed areas for investment of Infrastructure and Investment Jobs Act flexible highway program funds and direction on scenarios for allocation of these funds.
- Climate Friendly and Equitable Communities Rulemaking from DLCD: Receive an update on the Climate Friendly and Equitable Communities Rulemaking from Jim Rue, director of the Department of Land Conservation and Development, and Robin McArthur, chair of the Land Conservation and Development Commission.
- Agency Budget Update: Receive an update on the State Highway Fund cash balance and a preview of the 2023 Agency Request Budget process.
How to watch or listen to the meeting
- Join via YouTube Livestream: https://www.youtube.com/c/
- Listen only by phone: Listen Only by phone: Dial 1-346-248-7799 or 1-669-900-6833 – Webinar ID: 829 7831 6786