Oregon Transportation Commission to meet Sept. 13 in Salem

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Oregon Transportation Commission to meet Sept. 13 in Salem

Sept. 6, 2022

For more information, contact Kevin Beckstrom, 503-986-3430, or Sabrina Foward, 986-3450

SALEM — The Oregon Transportation Commission will meet Thursday, Sept. 13, at 9 a.m. in the Gail Achterman Conference Room of the Transportation Building, 355 Capitol Street N.E., in Salem. A remote option for participating in the meeting is available.

Items on the agenda include:

  • Tolling Program Report, Policy and Engagement: Receive an update on the amendment process to date, a summary of comments received and anticipated policy revisions. Approve and provide any guidance to ODOT staff on the Low Income Toll Report’s findings and next steps. The report will be sent to the Oregon Legislature by Sept. 15.
  • ADA Update and STIP Amendment: Receive an update on efforts to deliver ADA compliant curb ramps on or along the ODOT highway system, current challenges, and the program funding plan. Request approval to amend the 2021-24 STIP to add and modify projects by advancing funding from the 2024-27 STIP.
  • Innovative Mobility Program Update: Receive an informational update and provide feedback on engagement and program development work for the Innovative Mobility Program.

Meeting materials will be available on the OTC Website.


How to watch or listen to the meeting

You can join the meeting in-person, join via YouTube Livestream: www.youtube.com/c/OregonDOT  (closed captioning provided), or listen only by phone at 1-346-248-7799 or 1-669-900-6833 — Webinar ID: 829 7831 6786


How to provide public comment

Members of the public are asked to submit written comment in advance of the Sept. 13 meeting and sign up for real-time virtual oral public comment. To sign up, please complete the comment form and RSVP by Friday, Sept. 9 at 3 p.m. The form is available on our website at www.oregon.gov/odot/Get-involved/Pages/OTC_Main.aspx

Please note participation will be limited to one representative per organization. Additionally, commenters (and organizations) who are providing oral testimony to the OTC for the first time will be given priority for the limited available testimony spots.

To submit written testimony or comment electronically, please use the submission form on the OTC website by Friday, Sept. 9 at 3 p.m. to guarantee inclusion in the meeting packet. Comments not included in the meeting packet will be shared with commissioners after the meeting.

  • Email written comments to OTCAdmin@odot.oregon.gov
  • Mail comments to Oregon Transportation Commission, ATTN: Commission Assistant, 355 Capitol Street NE, MS11, Salem OR 97301.


To request an accommodation

Meetings of the Oregon Transportation Commission are open to the public. Accommodations will be provided to people with disabilities. Alternate formats of printed material are available upon request. Please contact OTC support at 503-986-3450 (or statewide relay 711) or OTCAdmin@odot.oregon.gov at least 48 hours in advance of the meeting to request accommodations. Closed Captioning is included on the YouTube livestream.

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