Take action: Tell ODOT to Prioritize Walking, Bicycling, and Transit!

Every three years, the Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) sets a budget for how it will spend federal and state funding on transportation projects and programs. This budget is named the Statewide Transportation Improvement Program, or STIP, and it lays the groundwork for the future of our Oregon’s roads, streets, bridges, and transit system.

It’s up to us to build on our momentum to hold ODOT accountable and demand bold investments in road safety, street accessibility, and bicycle infrastructure for our state. Make your voice heard: Sign our petition right now to tell ODOT to prioritize projects that make walking and bicycling safe and convenient!

The Oregon Transportation Commission is currently making decisions about the 2021-2014 STIP and some of the proposals include a renewed commitment to biking, walking, and transit. Now is the time to speak out in support of the bold ideas our communities need, like off-road trails to walk and roll on, Safe Routes to School for every kid, and giving every Oregonian safe and convenient options to get around without a car.

Together, we’re building a movement to make Oregon the best state to walk, bike, and ride public transit. There’s a lot of work ahead of us, but we’ve got strength in numbers and the momentum to make a lasting impact for our communities. Join us in this fight: Add your name right now to demand bold investments in walking, bicycling, and public transit!


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