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Portland Bureau of Transportation

We keep Portland moving

Phone: 503-823-5185

Fax: 503-823-7576

1120 SW Fifth Ave, Suite 800, Portland, OR 97204

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Safe Routes to School

  1. Check out our Spring 2014 newsletter...

    IN THIS ISSUE: Spring Kick-off; Skateboard to School; Bike Parking at Jefferson High School; Safe Routes in Middle School; and more!

  2. Volunteer with Safe Routes

    There are lots of ways to get involved, from building bike shelters to organizing walking school buses.

  3. Get Ready for Bike Safety!

    Safe Routes to School provides 10 hours of bicycle safety instruction to 4th and 5th graders throughout the city

Portland Safe Routes to School is a partnership of the City of Portland, schools, neighborhoods, community organizations and agencies that advocates for and implements programs that make walking and biking around our neighborhoods and schools fun, easy, safe and healthy for all students and families while reducing our reliance on cars.

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  1. Apr 7

    4th Annual Safe Routes Spring Kick-off – You’re Invited!

    Fun, free activities for families to help you enjoy the Spring weather

  2. Apr 1

    National Walking Day encourages a healthy lifestyle

    American Heart Association designates April 2nd as a day to step up for your ticker.

  3. Mar 6

    Division-Midway Neighborhood Street Plan open house coming up

    Plan will help improve local connectivity in East Portland neighborhoods

  4. Mar 5

    20’s Bikeway open houses kick off next week

    See and comment on proposed designs for a 9 mile north-south bike corridor

  5. Mar 4

    Walk, but stay safe

    Whether driving or walking, learn to recognize "the double threat"

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