Lane Area Commission on Transportation

For Information, Contact:
Paula Taylor
Lane Council of Governments

The Lane Area Commission on Transportation (Lane ACT) is an advisory body established to provide a forum for stakeholders to collaborate on transportation issues affecting Lane County and to strengthen state/local partnerships in transportation.




29 - 31 voting members. Members must live in Lane County OR represent a business or organization that operates in Lane County.  See for complete information.


Up to 4 years.


--- For information, go to or contact Paula Taylor at Lane Council of Governments, 541-682-4425 ---

About ACTs
ACTs are advisory bodies to the Oregon Transportation Commission. ACTs can look at all aspects of the transportation system: policies, major projects, congestion, safety, intermodal linkages, freight, and relation to development, health issues, or environmental impacts. ACTs also look at all modes of transportation: air, marine, rail, major pipelines, roadway, transit, bicycle and pedestrian. The primary responsibility of ACTs is to make recommendations to the OTC on how to allocate scarce state and federal transportation funds.