Cutting down diesel pollution not only improves human health and mitigates climate impact, it also keeps our money local and creates new jobs.
On July 10th, Governor Brown signed on to a memorandum of understanding with governors of 14 ...more
We know that our transportation system is not equitable. A system centered on moving vehicles, not people and goods, is not equitable.
Most of us don’t think about “transportation” as an issue. We think about our commute, our ...more
Oregon moves forward with its effort to expand its Clean Fuels Program credits, advance emissions-free transportation electrification
Oregon is building on its strong leadership to reduce climate pollution from transportation fuels, as ...more
We need to see ODOT prioritize climate and equity in its investments.
The year 2027 may seem far off now, but the Oregon Department of Transportation is making policy decisions now about how it will spend its money then. We can influence ...more
Big things are afoot in Oregon’s transportation system. But changing how we do things is hard. If we don't intervene, we risk spending too much money on the wrong transportation projects, climate pollution worsens, and people's needs ...more
At this moment, when all our communities are struggling to find a way forward in a pandemic response with uncertain timelines and unknown consequences, you might wonder why it’s worth worrying about public transportation.more
Surrounded by young people, Governor Kate Brown put in motion a comprehensive set of climate programs through an executive order, which would not have come without countless hours and passionate advocacy by coalition volunteers and partners.more
OEC condemns racism and violence in all forms. We stand in solidarity with the Asian and Asian American community, immigrants, and people of color in Oregon and beyond, and we remain steadfast in our commitment to combating racial injustices in our work. Read our statement.