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  • Seven trends that spell trouble for transportation funding
    Work zone at nightBetween 2001 and 2009, the Oregon Legislature and Congress provided record levels of resources for transportation programs, allowing significant investment in all transportation modes. Today, however, the Oregon Department of Transportation and Oregon’s transportation system face significant long-term funding challenges. As a result, by 2016 the total dollar volume of ODOT’s construction program will fall below where it was before lawmakers passed the first Oregon Transportation Investment Act in 2001. A number of factors lie behind this shift.
  • Visit the online ODOT Project Tracking Map
    ODOT online Project Tracking MapThe Oregon Department of Transportation's online Project Tracking Map allows you to track where state transportation funds are spent. The map lists basic information about most, but not all, state-managed transportation projects. Drop down menus allow you to filter the map by geographical area, legislative and congressional districts and other boundaries. Future enhancements will include more types of projects.
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