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The Oregon Transportation Commission wants your input on transportation projects in the 2021-2024 Statewide Transportation Investment Program (STIP).


The STIP is the Oregon Department of Transportation's capital improvement program for state and federally-funded projects.
You have a unique opportunity to help ODOT and the Oregon Transportation Comission plan transportation projects in the state for 2021-2024.
Thank you for providing input on the 2021-2024 draft STIP.

About the STIP

The Statewide Transportation Improvement Program, also known as the STIP, is the Oregon Department of Transportation’s capital improvement program for state and federally-funded projects. The Oregon Transportation Commission and ODOT develop the STIP in coordination with a wide range of stakeholders and the public. You have a unique opportunity to help ODOT and the commission plan transportation projects in the state for 2021-2024.

View this video to learn about the STIP.

The Statewide Transportation Improvement Program prioritizes and sets budgets for transportation projects in Oregon.

The STIP spells out how projects are scheduled and funded, and includes all projects within the state system as well as many city and county projects. The STIP identifies four main types of transportation investments:

  • Fix-It programs fix or preserve our transportation system, including bridges, pavement, culverts, traffic signals and others. ODOT uses data about the conditions of our transportation system to choose projects that will make the most difference to travelers. 
  • Enhance programs improve or expand the transportation system. This includes making interchanges better and adding lanes on state highways.  
  • Safety programs lower deaths and injuries on our roads. This includes the All Roads Transportation Safety program, which selects projects that will make our roads much safer.  
  • Non-highway programs build bicycle and pedestrian projects and public transportation.

The Oregon Transportation Commission and ODOT began work on the 2021-2024 STIP in July 2017 and collected comments for funding through an online open house in 2017. We are now collecting comments on the draft 2021-2024 project list.

We want everyone to have a say in which transportation investments will improve our state system. Although ODOT updates the STIP every two to three years, there are opportunities for you to provide ideas and comments at key decision points, but a great time to provide input is now.

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STIP Steps

  • ✔ Program allocation: The Oregon Transportation Commission gives money to programs to make our road system better or safer. In 2017, the commission asked for your input on how to allocate limited funding among these programs. The commission used this feedback to allocate funding in December 2017.
  • ✔  Project selection: Over the last two years we have engaged advisory committees and used data in management systems to create a list of the most needed projects. Then we figured an estimate of how much each project will cost and when we could build them. We came up with a list of the most critical projects that fit within our budget. This list is the draft STIP.
  •   Public review and approval: WE ARE HERE The draft STIP is on our website and we welcome you to take a look. The public comment period is from January 23- April 10, 2020. After taking public comment, the commission will adopt a revised STIP and forward it for review and approval by the Federal Highway Administration and Federal Transit Administration.

Visit in person public meetings

Region 1 serving Clackamas, Hood River, Multnomah and eastern Washington counties. 

April 6- 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. located at the Port of Cascade Locks Pavilion 395 SW Portage Road, Cascade Locks.

Region 2 serving Clatsop, Columbia, Tillamook, Yamhill, Polk, Marion, Lincoln, Linn, Benton and Lane counties. 

February 27- Cascades West Area Commission on Transportation from 5:00-7:00 p.m. at OCWCOG Albany, 1400 Queen Ave SE, Albany. 

March 11- Lane ACT from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at the ODOT office located at 2080 Laura St., Springfield.

March 12- Northwest Oregon ACT meeting Tillamook Bay from 1:00-3:30 p.m. at the Port of Tillamook Bay facility located at 4000 Blimp Blvd, Tillamook.

April 2- Mid-Willamette Valley ACT located at the MWVCOG offices at 100 High St. SE, Suite 200, Salem from 3:30-5:30 p.m.

Region 3 serving Douglas, Curry, Coos, Josephine and Jackson counties. 

March 10- Rogue Valley ACT meeting at 9 a.m. at the Grants Pass City Council Chambers, 101 NW A Street, Grants Pass.

March 13- South West Area ACT meeting from 10 a.m. to noon at the Coos County Annex, 201 N. Adams, Coquille.

Region 4 serving Wasco, Sherman, Gilliam, Jefferson, Wheeler, Crook, Deschutes, Lake and Klamath counties. 

March 12- Central Oregon ACT, 3:00-5:00 p.m.

Region 5 serving Morrow, Umatilla, Union, Wallowa, Baker, Grant, Harney and Malheur counties. 

March 10- North East and South East ACT, 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the Oregon Department of Forestry located at 415 Patterson Bridge Rd., John Day.   

If you can’t make the March 10 meeting in person, join remotely at this link . You will be able to see and hear the presentation, as well as submit questions using the “chat” feature. If you don’t have Skype installed, you will be directed how to connect.

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Proposed projects

ODOT is proposing projects in your community and around the state. We appreciate your comments and particularly your responses to the following questions:

  • Which of the proposed projects do you support? 
  • Are there projects you have concerns about? 

All comments will be reviewed by ODOT staff and provided to the Oregon Transportation Commission as they make final project selections.

We recognize these projects won’t address all of the transportation issues in your community. Are there transportation challenges on ODOT highways that you’d like to see us to address with future projects?

To learn about the projects and submit comments, click on the map below. You can also email your comments to