SALEM, Ore. — Oregon’s pay-by-the-mile road usage charge program, OReGO, has added new options and services for drivers by welcoming
Participants in OReGO elect to be charged a
“OReGO now has two trusted private partners on board — Azuga and
Some of the services included in DriveSync are intelligent
“As more volunteer drivers take advantage of these services while participating in OReGO,” Bock said, “ODOT can respond to their feedback by developing a driver-friendly, fair and sustainable way to fund highway maintenance and construction. We’ll be able to preserve our roads around the state and support our economy well into the future.”
Learn about OReGO (Oregon’s road usage charge program), sign up to participate as a volunteer, join the interest list and find out how Oregon pioneered the program at myOReGO.org. More information about fuel tax revenues and transportation funding is found in this report to the Road User Fee Task Force in September 2016.
As vehicles become more fuel efficient, funding for transportation will decline in Oregon and around the country as drivers buy less fuel and pay