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Here's What's Going On
- The Road Ahead: The Conversation Continues – With no local source of funding for county roads, the Board of Commissioners is looking at the option of a countywide vehicle registration fee (VRF).
- Clackamas County HB2017 Transit Advisory Committee
- Canby Ferry Alternatives Feasibility Study
- Damascus Roads Transportation System Plan
Sign up for email updates and stay up-to-date on the long-range planning efforts for the road system in the Damascus area.
- County to use additional state road funds to improve safety, condition of major roads
- 2016-17 Long-Range Planning Program, Annual Report
- Drive to Zero
Reducing injuries and fatalities on our roadways.
- Drive to Zero Transportation Safety Action Plan Update, 2017-18
- Clackamas Regional Center Mobility Improvements
More than 30 transportation projects to improve safety and increase traffic flow in the Clackamas Regional Center for motorists, bicyclists, pedestrians, and transit riders.
- Five-Year Transportation Capital Improvement Program, 2017 - 2021
- Road and Bridge Construction Projects
- Clackamas County Traffic Cams
Published on ODOT TripCheck website
- Region 1 Area Commission on Transportation (R1ACT)
R1ACT is an advisory group chartered by the Oregon Transportation Commission (OTC) to provide input and recommendations to the OTC on policies and operation of the Oregon Department of Transportation in Region 1. R1ACT includes 31 people representing Clackamas, Multnomah, Washington, and Hood River counties and the City of Portland.