OReGO - Keep Oregon connected - How Oregon got to RUC - gas tax
|Title:||How Oregon got to RUC - gas tax.|
|Title:||OReGO - Keep Oregon connected.|
|Alternative Title:||Keep Oregon connected.|
|Name(s):||Oregon Department of Transportation,, issuing body.|
|Type of Resource:||moving image|
|Extent:||1 online resource (8 video files (5 min., 51 sec.)) : sound, color|
|Abstract/Description:||In true Oregon fashion, we're pioneering new ways to fund our roads. In 2015, ODOT launched OReGO, the nation's first road charge program. OReGO allows drivers to pay by the mile instead of gallons. The per-mile charge is not a new concept in Oregon; the legislature first directed investigation into alternatives to the traditional fuels tax in 2001. Research over the years revealed that Oregonians think a pay per mile system is fair because everyone pays for what they drive.|
|Table of Contents:||Keep Oregon Connected -- How Oregon got to RUC - gas tax -- How Oregon got to RUC - OReGO -- How Oregon got to RUC - pilots -- Why RUC - costs -- Why RUC - efficiency -- Why RUC - funding -- Future of RUC.|
This archived document is maintained by the State Library of Oregon as part of the Oregon Documents Depository Program. It is for informational purposes and may not be suitable for legal purposes.
Mode of access: Internet from the Oregon Government Publications Collection.
Automobiles -- Taxation -- Oregon
Roads -- Oregon -- Design and construction -- Finance
Roads -- Oregon -- Maintenance and repair -- Finance
|Held by:||Oregon State Library|
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