Speak Up for Transportation Options in Oregon!

If you are like us, you are deeply concerned about transportation options for your community. Please join us in attending public hearings with Oregon Legislature’s Joint Transportation Committee. Why does your community need more transit options, safer routes to school and less air pollution? You can make a difference when you share your transportation story. Together we can send a clear message to our lawmakers: Oregonians deserve modern transportation systems that provide more options for all of us—with well-maintained roads and bridges, convenient public transportation, and safe paths to walk and bike.‪

Why does your community need more transit options, safer routes to school, better sidewalks and bikeways, and less air pollution? You can make a difference when you share your transportation story. Together we can send a clear message to our lawmakers: Oregonians deserve modern transportation systems that provide more options for all of us—with well-maintained roads and bridges, convenient public transportation, and safe paths to walk and bike.‪

Want to be kept in the loop on these hearings and other opportunities to engage with Oregon’s lawmakers? Interested in being a grassroots voice for positive change in Oregon? Consider yourself a change-maker? Sign up today for our Grassroots Action & Information Network!

Joint Committee on Transportation Preservation and Modernization Summer Meetings

The Joint Committee on Transportation Preservation and Modernization will be meeting around the state this summer to discuss needs and priorities for a transportation package in the 2017 session. The public is encouraged to attend and participate!

June 13, 5:00 PM –done
Great Hall, Mount Tabor Building
‪Portland Community College SE Campus
‪2305 SE 82nd Ave, Portland

‪June 28, 5:00 PM –done
Four Rivers Cultural Center Theater
‪Treasure Valley Community College
‪676 College Blvd, Ontario

‪June 29, 2:00 PM –done
Hermiston High School Auditorium
‪600 South First Street, Hermiston

‪July 20, 5:00 PM
Prince Lucian Campbell Hall Room 180
‪University of Oregon
‪1415 Kincaid Street, Eugene

‪August 18, 5:30 PM
Wille Hall, Coats Campus Center
‪Central Oregon Community College
‪2600 NW College Way, Bend

‪August 31, 5:00 PM
Jackson County Library
‪Medford Branch
‪205 S. Central Avenue, Medford

‪September 15, 5:00 PM
Ballroom
‪Embarcadero Hotel
‪1000 SE Bay Blvd, Newport

‪September 19, 5:00 PM
Shirley Huffman Auditorium
‪Hillsboro Civic Center
‪150 E. Main Street, Hillsboro

‪September (TBD), 5:15 PM
Hearing Room F
‪Oregon State Capitol

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