2013 ORS § 383.075¹
Driver records and information used to collect and enforce tolls

(1) Except as provided in subsections (2) and (3) of this section, records and information used to collect and enforce tolls are exempt from disclosure under public records law and are to be used solely for toll collection and traffic management by the Department of Transportation.

(2) Information collected or maintained by an electronic toll collection system may not be disclosed to anyone except:

(a) The owner of an account that is charged for the use of a tollway;

(b) A financial institution, as necessary to collect tolls owed;

(c) Employees of the department;

(d) The tollway operator and authorized employees of the operator;

(e) A law enforcement officer who is acting in the officers official capacity in connection with toll enforcement; and

(f) An administrative law judge or court in an action or proceeding in relation to unpaid tolls or administrative fees or civil penalties related to unpaid tolls.

(3) Information collected or maintained by a photo enforcement system may not be disclosed to anyone except:

(a) The registered owner or apparent driver of the vehicle;

(b) Employees of the department;

(c) The tollway operator and authorized employees of the operator;

(d) A law enforcement officer who is acting in the officers official capacity in connection with toll enforcement; and

(e) An administrative law judge or court in an action or proceeding in relation to unpaid tolls or administrative fees or civil penalties related to unpaid tolls. [2007 c.531 §11]