Transportation: Pay More, Get Less? 

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Washington County Commissioner Roy Rogers (left) and Clackamas County Commissioner Paul Savas (top right) discuss the plans and cons of a proposed I-205 tolling plan at last year’s Tualatin Chamber of Commerce Key Leaders Breakfast. File Photo/Tualatin Life
Washington County Commissioner Roy Rogers (left) and Clackamas County Commissioner Paul Savas (top right) discuss the plans and cons of a proposed I-205 tolling plan at last year’s Tualatin Chamber of Commerce Key Leaders Breakfast. File Photo/Tualatin Life
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Tualatin Chamber brings a panel of experts to the Key Leaders Breakfast to tell us what is coming!

Tolling is not dead. It is only asleep until January 2026. 

The Tualatin Chamber has long realized that Tualatin does not stand to experience any benefit from Tolls on I-205 and I-5. We created the www.oregontollingupdates.com website to keep our business community informed and educated. It has been a year, and we have closely followed this issue in detail. We know that tolls on these freeways can only strain an already stressed business community, burden the working class, and cause chaos diverting onto side streets. 

There are better alternatives to tolling. To help our businesses have a chance to hear the facts and maybe have a voice in the matter, The Tualatin Chamber of Commerce Business Advocacy Council has arranged to have a panel of six experts come to the Key Leaders Breakfast at 7:00 a.m. on Friday, September 22, 2023, at the Tualatin Country Club. If you would like to attend and hear the facts about this challenging transportation issue, tickets are on sale at www.TualatinChamber.com/events

Daniel Lacy, the editor-in-chief and Podcast Host of the Oregon Tolling Updates website, will moderate. The panel includes Tualatin Mayor Frank Bubenik; Jules Walters, House District 37 Representative; Travis Brouwer, Assistant ODOT Director; Paul Savas, Clackamas County Commissioner; Jana Jarvis, President and CEO Oregon Trucking Association, and Susan McLain, House District 29 Representative and Co-Chair Joint Transportation Committee. 

Please join us and hear the facts from the people most involved in the Tolling issue.

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