September 22: First Policy Coordinating Committee on Oregon Transportation Plan Update

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September 15, 2021

For more information, contact Adam Argo, 503-986.3510

The Policy Coordinating Committee (PCC) for the Oregon Transportation Plan Update will meet for the first time on Wednesday, September 22, 1:00 to 3:30 p.m.


At this meeting, the committee will:

  • Understand the purpose of the Oregon Transportation Plan and the update process
  • Provide feedback on its proposed roles, responsibilities and meeting guidelines
  • Provide feedback on the key drivers of change considered during the Oregon Transportation Plan update
  • Provide feedback on the proposed public engagement

View instructions to join a WebEx Event here.

We welcome the public at each meeting.

Link to participate: 

Join by phone: 408-418-9388

  • Access code: 249 822 82367
  • Event password: uTCDQ46gpM3 (88237464 from phones)


We also welcome written or recorded verbal comments outside of meetings and will provide the comments to the committee. Please submit written comments via this form or by email to with “Committee Public Comment” in the subject line; or, call 503-423-3720 and state “Committee Public Comment” in your message.  

If we receive your comment by 11:00 a.m. on Tuesday, September 21, we will send them to the committee in advance. All comments received after 11:00 a.m. on Tuesday, September 21 will be provided to the committee prior to the next meeting. We will ensure that all comments received prior to or at the meeting are included in the meeting summary.

You can find materials for the meeting and learn more about the project on the Oregon Transportation Plan Update webpage.

Can’t make the meeting? Visit the webpage to view a summary and a video recording in the weeks following the meeting. We encourage the public to follow the plan development and provide input throughout the process

About the committee: The Policy Coordinating Committee collaborates to attain agreement on how policy in the Oregon Transportation Plan Update should be crafted and how it will work in different areas across Oregon, considering local and regional needs. Members represent broad interests and include five community-at-large members.