Settlement informational forums will be held all over the state throughout January and early February. Continue Reading AOCIL-ODOT Settlement informational forum dates announced
Occasionally, Disability Rights Oregon (DRO) will engage in litigation to protect the rights of Oregonians under applicable federal and state laws. Our work is driven by our case acceptance criteria, and litigation is undertaken when we believe it will cause substantial, systemic changes that will improve access and services for many people.
Read our latest news about our litigation efforts:
TASH awarded the Marc Gold Award for Employment to Disability Rights Oregon, Cathy Costanzo, Steve Schwartz, and the eight plaintiffs from the class action lawsuit, Lane v. Brown. Continue Reading DRO and partners receive national award for Lane v. Brown settlement
Oregon Walks, a pedestrian advocacy group, has chosen Disability Rights Oregon (DRO) as a recipient of a 2016 Weston Award as a result of our advocacy for safer streets and accessible sidewalks. Continue Reading DRO wins award for accessible transportation advocacy
The agreement will commit $5 million to immediately begin work on making more than 10,000 curb ramps and pedestrian signals into compliance with current federal law. Continue Reading Disability advocates and ODOT reach agreement on accessible sidewalks