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      Meals for Drivers Event Trucks on April 9th
  • Oregon Trucking Associations

  • With Oregon Trucking Associations, membership matters. For over 80 years, OTA has consistently and effectively advocated on behalf of Oregon’s trucking industry. Given the vital role that trucking plays in keeping the state’s economy moving, OTA ensures that our carrier and allied members have a voice in the decisions that will shape the future of our industry. We support our members with a variety of educational offerings to keep them informed and in compliance. We facilitate events and gatherings that provide the opportunity to learn, network and exchange ideas. We work with our members and committees to identify the best path forward and to promote trucking as the essential and dynamic industry it has always been.

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  • Membership Matters

  • Quick Links

    Click on the links below to quickly navigate to some of OTA's more popular spots. If you have questions, or are unable to find what you're looking for, please send an email to info@ortrucking.org.

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  • Announcements

    • Emergency Conflagration Act in Response to Sturgill, Double Creek and Rum Creek Fires. Governor Kate Brown has invoked the Emergency Conflagration Act in response to additional wildfires in the state. Joining the Rum Creek fire in Josephine County are the Sturgill fire burning south of the community of Lostine and the Double Creek fire burning near the community of Imnaha - both in Wallowa County. It is vital to remind motor carriers that even for vehicles responding to a fire, size and weight exemptions cannot be waived. Loads must be of legal dimensions or operating under the provisions and requirements of the over-dimension permit issued to the truck by the Commerce and Compliance Division.
    • ‚ÄčCongratulations to Oregon's NTDC Finalists. OTA would like to congratulate all of the Oregon drivers who participated in the 2022 National Truck Driving Championships in Indianapolis, including two finalists. Daniel Shamrell (FedEx Freight) was a finalist in the 4-axle category and Heladio Fernandez (FedEx Freight) placed in the Tank Truck category. Over 400 men and women competed at NTDC. Connecticut's Roland Bolduc (FedEx Express) was crowned Grand Champion for the second time in his career. Read more
    • Meals for Drivers Event Coming In September. Join OTA and buy a truck driver (or two) lunch as part of National Truck Driver Appreciation Week, Sept. 11 -17. Just $10 buys one boxed lunch. OTA & ODOT staff and volunteers will be handing out lunches at three points of entry - Cascade Locks, Ashland and Woodburn. The more who contribute, the more we can distribute! Go to the OTA store and donate $10 or more now.

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