Mid-Session Update: Transportation for Oregon’s Future

Oregon’s Transportation Package must invest in the infrastructure and services that most meet Oregonians’ needs: rural and urban transit, safe walking and biking options, and clean air solutions. Rural and urban Oregonians deserve a modern, connected transportation system with safe, affordable, healthy options for everyone. More info visit Transportation for Oregon’s Future info page.

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Status: In Joint Transportation Preservation and Modernization Committee

Upcoming Action:Package released May 9 . Bill expected soon. Stay in the loop: get our action alerts.


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