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What Do You Think of ODOT’s Transportation Safety Action Plan?

What Do You Think of ODOT’s Transportation Safety Action Plan?

You are invited to review and comment on the draft 2021 Oregon Transportation Safety Action Plan. As you are most likely aware, this draft plan is aimed at helping Oregon improve transportation safety across all modes of travel. It outlines strategies and actions to address safety needs in the various modes and across the state – and we need your feedback to make it the best possible guidance we can provide.

How to get involved

Review the full plan on the website and provide feedback in either or both of the following ways:

  1. Provide comment via email by July 9 to safety@odot.state.or.us.
  2. Join a virtual public hearing at 1 p.m. on June 9 (this is occurring during the regular Oregon Transportation Safety Advisory Committee meeting). You must register to join this hearing by entering your contact information in this online form. The meeting will use Microsoft Teams, and instructions on using this tool will be provided to all who register. REGISTRATION TO ATTEND CLOSES AT 5 P.M. ON JUNE 8.
  3. Accommodations, such as material in alternate formats, are available. Please call 503-986-4188 or statewide relay at 711.
Background

The 2021 Transportation Safety Action Plan, also known as TSAP, is a focused update of the 2016 TSAP. The updated plan looks at the latest crash data, transportation trends and other influential information and makes recommendations to help the state achieve the goal, stated in the 2016 plan, of zero fatalities and serious injuries on Oregon’s transportation system by 2035. The draft plan evaluates our progress, identifies emerging safety trends and needs, provides guidance for policies and investments, and more. The TSAP also serves as the state of Oregon’s Strategic Highway Safety Plan, a document required by federal law. Visit the website for more information.

We look forward to hearing from you!

ODOT Transportation Safety Action Plan team
safety@odot.state.or.us

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