ToGo/ODOT Transportation Options meetings will be held in Portland on 1/18 and 1/19. Click here for final agendas and to RSVP for lunch.

The ToGo Board of Directors meeting (open to the public) will be held at Metro (600 NE Grand Ave) on Thursday 1/18 from 1:30 to 4 pm. The ODOT Statewide Transportation Options meeting will be held at the on Friday 1/19 at the Oregon Zoo from 10 am to 3 pm in the Conservation Hall (4001 Southwest Canyon Road, Portland, OR 97221).

Statewide Transportation Improvement Fund Rules Advisory Committee public meting and open house on 1/9 in Salem. Click here for details.

STIF Rules Advisory Committee will review draft Formula program rules for distributing new transit funding. The committee will meet on January 9 from 2-5 p.m. at the ODOT Region 2 Campus, Building X. The meeting will be followed by another public listening session from 5:30 – 7 p.m. For more information: Karyn Criswell, project manager, 503-856-6172,

Congratulations to the City of Eugene for winning the transportation options program of the year award for their successful Eugene Sunday Streets Program! Chris Watchie won the transportation options outstanding individual of the year award!

Check out our Facebook post with photos of the winners!

Click here for the ToGo Annual Meeting Agenda on October 3 at the Oregon Public Transportation Conference in Pendleton

Click here to download the draft agenda for the ToGo Annual Meeting where we will elect our Board of Directors and the Executive Committee. The meeting will be held on Tuesday, October 2 from 3:15 to 5 pm. To join by phone, please dial:

Conference line: 541-682-3200

Conference ID: 7125

Password: 4444

Nominate your favorite transportation options individual and program of the year! Click here for details.


Hello Friends - It's time for the 2017 TO Individual or Program of the Year awards! The Transportation Options Group of Oregon has seen many Transportation Options successes this year! The winners will be recognized at the 2017 Oregon Public Transportation Conference in Pendleton, OR. Hope to see you there!

The Oregon Public Transportation Plan Online Open House is now open until August 31. Take the online survey in this link to help refine the policies and strategies that help shape the investment and implementation chapters of the plan.

Please take the time to review all the Draft OPTP Policies and Strategies.

The link to the Online Open House is:

Below are links to the fact sheet and handout:

        Current Project Fact Sheet

Sunset Empire in Astoria is hiring a Transportation Options Specialist. Click here for more details.

Agendas are now available for the 6/1 and 6/2 Statewide Transportation Options meetings in Bend, Oregon. Click here for RSVP and meeting details!

Transportation Options Professionals and Colleagues:

ToGo (the Transportation Options Group of Oregon) and ODOT (The Oregon Department of Transportation – Active Transportation Division), invite you to come and participate in a series of transportation options meetings that will be held on Thursday, June 1st and Friday, June 2nd in Bend at the Bend Parks and Recreation Offices located at 799 SW Columbia St.

Pedal Corvallis is hiring an Outreach Ambassador! Click here for details

Click here for the PEDAL CORVALLIS OUTREACH AMBASSADOR full job description. Community and Economic Development Temporary, Part Time (20 hrs/wk) including some evenings and weekends Duration: June 19 - (approximate October 6, 2017) Oregon Cascades West Council of Governments (OCWCOG) is a voluntary association of twenty cities, three counties, the Confederated Tribes of the Siletz Indians and a port district in the Linn, Benton, and Lincoln county region.

Support transportation options in Oregon by submitting a letter of support and calling your Representatives! Click here for more information.

Support Transportation Options in Oregon!

Click this link to download a draft letter of support to send to Representatives on the Ways and Means Subcommittee on Transportation and Economic Development.

Click this link to download a flyer.

Click the link below to access email and contact information for Representative.



Oregon has long been recognized among the nation's transportation options leaders. The Transportation Options Group of Oregon (ToGo) represents our state's primary association of professionals and advocates collaborating to promote a balanced and integrated system of transportation alternatives to the single-occupant vehicle.

ToGo works jointly with our counterparts including the Northwest Chapter of ACT and Washington State Ridesharing Organization (WSRO), to provide support to local efforts and guide policy development.

Become a ToGo member
Membership is $100 annually for a primary membership; $25 annually for students and each successive membership from an organization or company. Visit the
membership page for more information.

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