Care About Transportation Policy in Oregon?

The Joint Committee on Transportation has announced a 12-stop Transportation Safety and Sustainability Outreach Tour to hear from Oregonians about how the Legislature can ensure Oregon has a safe, functional, and efficient multimodal transportation system now and for years to come.

Members of the joint committee will engage with local communities about the structural challenges facing the statewide transportation system and discuss various remedies, including how to provide stable and sufficient funding of the Oregon Department of Transportation.

The next public hearing will be held on June 18 from 5 – 7 p.m. at the Port of Tillamook Bay, Officer’s Mess Hall at 6825 Officer Row in Tillamook. It will also be available via livestream on

Members of the public interested in testifying can register in person starting 30 minutes before the meeting begins. The committee will also hear remote testimony if time permits, which the public can register for on the committee’s webpage at Additionally, written testimony can be submitted to the committee via email to [email protected].

All hearings will be open to the public and members of the press.

● Tillamook – Tuesday, June 18

● Albany – Tuesday, July 16

● Eugene – Wednesday, July 17

● Coos Bay – Wednesday, August 7

● Medford – Thursday, August 8

● Ontario – Wednesday, August 28

● Hermiston – Thursday August 29

● Bend – Thursday, September 12

● The Dalles – Friday, September 13

● Happy Valley – Thursday, September 26

● Hillsboro – Friday, September 27

Read more about the statewide tour and all the stops here.

Posted in Advocacy on the Move, Oregon, Oregon Advocacy.