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So where is the price of gas & diesel going? The Columbia-Willamette Clean Cities Coalition presented to the Oregon Dept of Energy on green transportation options in comparison to the production, demand, and overall cost to consumers of traditional transportation fuels (gasoline and diesel).
The NTL maintains and facilitates access to statistical and other information needed for transportation decision-making at the Federal, State, and local levels and to coordinate with public and private transportation libraries and information providers to improve information sharing among the transportation community.
Founded in 1994 the Columbia-Willamette Clean Cities Coalition (CWCCC) is committed to encouraging both public and private fleet operators to convert their fleets to alternative fuels where economically practical. CWCCC’s main goal is to reduce petroleum consumption in the transportation sector through education and outreach. This site compares the pros and cons of electric, biodiesel, ethanol, natural gase, propane, and other alternative fuels.
Mosaic is Oregon’s value and cost informed transportation planning tool, developed by the Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) in collaboration with a group of stakeholders representing a diverse range of interests. It offers Oregon transportation planners and decision makers an efficient, transparent way to evaluate the social, environmental, and economic costs and benefits of transportation programs and investments. By supporting decision makers on identifying investments that provide the best value for money, it can help make the most of limited resources.
Mosaic can be used at the local or regional level and is scalable to accommodate varying staff sizes, available data, and unique community needs and goals. It is user friendly, designed to be used frequently within the transportation planning process.
The Active Transportation Section supports sustainable, multimodal transportation solutions that connect people to where they need to go - such as work, school and to access essential services using "active" modes such as walking, bicycling, and taking public transit. Active transportation includes strategically investing in infrastructure in response to community and user needs.
Their mission is to strategically integrate program and funding sources to promote multimodal and sustainable transportation solutions.
This also includes a fantastic ODOT Project Map that indicates the location of current and future ODOT projects.