In 1978, Oregon’s three major public transit districts established the Oregon Transit Association as a nonprofit association to represent them at our State Capitol. Today, the OTA claims many members throughout the state. OTA members support activities of this professional organization through the payment of annual dues. Dues vary according to membership category:
Each category of membership is represented on the OTA Board of Directors.
The purpose of the Association is to assist members in the development and improvement of efficient, safe and convenient transportation services, techniques and methods, facilities and equipment. We do so by:
Continuously evolving, the OTA encourages all members to participate in the development of the association and its goals. Activities that help us to meet our objectives include:
Our ideas, our programs and our effectiveness grow with increased membership. You can help us and yourself by joining the OTA. Please ask for an Application for Membership, then join us a we work toward better transit in Oregon.
Patrick Sieng, Executive Director - email@example.com
Patrick has served as OTA's executive director since April 2023. He owns Sieng Enterprises - a government affairs, association/project management, and strategic communications/public relations firm based in Salem. He has represented various associations and clients for 10 years.
Drew Hagedorn, Lobbyist - firstname.lastname@example.org
Drew is a partner at Tonkon Torp, and serves as Chair of its Government Relations & Public Policy Practice Group. He is a long-time public affairs professional offering comprehensive government affairs services for the firm’s clients at the state, local, and regulatory levels. Drew has represented multiple Fortune 500 companies and key industry sectors ranging from commercial construction, to hospitals, Oregon public universities, broadcast and telecommunications companies, automakers, and various nonprofit industry associations
Drew received his undergraduate degree from the University of Southern California and his law degree from Lewis & Clark. He has been a member of the Oregon State Bar since 1999.