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Posted on: December 7, 2022

[ARCHIVED] Oregon Transportation Plan (OTP)

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ODOT is now exploring the impacts of potential funding pathways and what they could mean for how Oregonians get around. To test your knowledge on the plan and experience how different investments can affect people around the state, visit the interactive online tool! ODOT is also seeking your input, and has included a few questions at the end.

The OTP sets the long-term transportation policy for the entire state. It informs investment decisions by ODOT and regional and local governments for all the ways we get around, including walking, rolling, biking, and taking public transit like buses and streetcars. It also includes highways, bridges, railroads, freight, and planes.

You can experience how transportation plays a critical role in many people’s lives by viewing a collection of videos that feature diverse voices across the state. The videos highlight their lived experiences with transportation in cities and towns throughout Oregon and show firsthand why it’s important for each of us to plan for our transportation future. Check out the below video, which sets the stage for ODOT's commitment to a more sustainable and equitable transportation system for all Oregonians. Or watch the full video series on YouTube.

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