Looking back on her tenure in the Legislature, Beyer said she was most proud of her work on transportation issues, including securing funding for state Department of Transportation projects through the approval of the Oregon Transportation Investment Act and Connect Oregon initiative.
What does OTIA stand for?
OTIA stands for Oregon Transportation Investment Act
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We have 4 other meanings of OTIA in our Acronym Attic
- OSHA Training Institute
- Ours Technology, Inc. (Taiwan)
- Out of Town Inquiry (child welfare)
- Institut für Ökologie, Technik und Innovation (German: Institute for Ecology, Technology and Innovation; Austria)
- Österreichisches Textil (German)
- Office of Technology Innovation and Acquisition
- Office of Telecommunications and Information Applications (NTIA)
- Ohio Telecommunications Industry Association
- Ontario Traumatic Injury Association (Canada)
- Oral Tax Information Authorization
- Ordre des Traducteurs et Interprètes Agréés du Québec (French)
- One Team In Bristol
- Oregon Transportation Infrastructure Bank
- Orlando Tourist Information Bureau (Florida)
- On to International Convention (Circle K International)
- Operations and Tactics Instructor Course
- Over Temperature-Indicating Controller
- Outstanding Teaching and Instructional Creativity Award (Univeristy of Nebaska; Lincoln, NE)
- Office of Traffic Injury Control Programs (US)
- Office of Talent Identification and Development (est. 1979; Johns Hopkins University; Baltimore, MD)
Samples in periodicals archive:
3 billion Oregon Transportation Investment Act (OTIA) III State Bridge Delivery Program.
is part of the Oregon Department of Transportation's $3 billion Oregon Transportation Investment Act (OTIA) program.
During that time, the commission selected and implemented projects for the $3 billion Oregon Transportation Investment Act program and the $100 million ConnectOregon program, Kulongoski's letter says.
had received more than $100 million in state payments for highway projects under the Oregon Transportation Investment Acts of 1999, 2001 and 2003.
The Oregon Transportation Investment Act was a good step in the right direction.