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Oregon Trucking Associations. Debra Dunn, OTA President/CEO. Trucking Drives Oregon’s Economy www.ortrucking.org 888-293-0005. Oregon Trucking Associations, Inc Advocate, Influence and Promote to help our members succeed. Founded in 1951 by two trucking associations

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oregon trucking associations

Oregon Trucking Associations

Debra Dunn, OTA President/CEO

Trucking Drives Oregon’s Economy

www.ortrucking.org

888-293-0005

oregon trucking associations inc advocate influence and promote to help our members succeed
Oregon Trucking Associations, IncAdvocate, Influence and Promote to help our members succeed
  • Founded in 1951 by two trucking associations
    • 1990’s the Oregon Dump Truck Assoc
    • 2005 the Oregon Log Truck Assoc
  • Three entities
    • OTA, ISI Services, Oregon Truck Pac
  • Top three reasons members join OTA
    • Representation/Advocacy with the legislature and entities with regulatory authority. (Local, State and National levels)
    • Provide compliance assistance and training
    • Information resources
trucking s role in the economy
Trucking’s Role in the Economy
  • Over 77% of Oregon communities depend solely on trucks
  • In 2013, trucks transported 88% of the total manufactured tonnage in Oregon – or 499,862 tons a day
  • 1 out of 15 jobs in Oregon is in the trucking industry.
  • Over 8,000 trucking companies in Oregon, most of them small and individually owned
  • Pay over $4.1 billion in wages each year
  • $486 million in federal and state roadway taxes and fees each year

Trucking does the heavy lifting…

driver shortage

What DrivesTransportation Costs?

Driver Shortage
  • Turnover: Average
    • 2013 100% vs. 2007 120%
  • Analysts predict shortage 500,000 + drivers
  • Over the next 10 years:
    • 96,500 drivers per year
    • 16, 000 per year are being trained
  • Diesel: $4.32 vs $2.80 ’09
  • Labor:
  • Regulatory Burdens
  • Reliability of the Transportation Network
driver shortage1
Driver Shortage
  • Turnover Rate: Average
    • 2013 97% vs. 2007 120%
  • Analysts predict shortage of 500,000 in 2014
  • Over the next 10 years:
    • 96,500 drivers per year
    • 16, 000 per year are being trained
breaking barriers
Breaking Barriers

Streamlined transition for military personnel to access jobs in trucking

  • Trained and certified on the use of heavy equipment and trucks
  • Hold a Military CDL
  • Military CDL; the civilian test is waived (10/22/12 Obama signed into law)
regulatory burdens
Regulatory Burdens
  • Hours of Service: July 2013
    • 4%-12% lost productivity
  • CSA – Compliance, Safety and Accountability
  • Federal Emission Controls
    • Replacement cost tractor/power unit:
    • 2007 - $95,000
    • 2013 - $130,000 or more
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Safety

  • Reduce conflicts between trucks and other modes
  • Signalization
  • ITS Improvements
  • Grade separations
  • Removing turning restrictions
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Accessibility

  • Intermodal Connectors: Last Mile
  • Designated Freight Routes
  • Truck Parking
  • Emergency routes
  • Climbing lanes
  • Turning lanes/storage
  • Curve straightening
  • Pavement upgrades
  • Vertical clearance
  • Lane widening
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Trucks Bring It

“The trucking industry works to meet the needs of the American people by delivering their life’s essentials.”

Debra Dunn, President

503-780-4039

Dunn@ortrucking.org