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Helpful resources for getting around Portland on foot
The Pedestrian Advisory Committee (PAC) is a citizen’s volunteer committee, giving guidance to the City on pedestrian issues. Click to learn about the PAC’s mission, current agendas, minutes, and members.
Find walking maps for Southwest, North, Northeast and Southeast Portland
Walking and pedestrian issues
Link to pedestrian safety education materials, crash data and more by Portland's Community and School Traffic Safety Partnership
An outreach program to encourage walking for fitness and transportation
Check out these great programs, classes and information sources.
Pedestrian Signals, Crosswalks, other improvements. This section gives details on how our signals work, the different types of sidewalks and other design characteristics of the pedestrian system.
Funded sidewalk projects in design and construction.
This document outlines the criteria that guide the Portland Bureau of Transportation in selecting priority locations for installing ADA compliant curb ramp.
Links and contact information regarding sidewalk cafes and other elements in the sidewalk corridor that can become obstructions or barriers.
The plan identifieds a network of seven priority urban trails through Southwest Portland, a series of proposed improvements and implmentation plans for maintaining and improving the trails. Adopted in 2000.
Volunteer to collect pedestrian and bicycle count and survey data the second week of September
To report broken or lifting sidewalk for posting and repair, call 503-823-1711.
This is a link to the City?s Americans with Disabilities (ADA) Curb Ramp Request program, including forms and criteria for requesting curb ramps.
Willamette Pedestrian Coalition The Willamette Pedestrian Coalition is a non-profit community-based membership organization in the greater Portland area dedicated to promoting walking and making the conditions for walking safe and attractive.
A link to the City?s pedestrian policies in the Comprehensive Plan (Goal 6) and to a map of the Pedestrian Street Classifications.
The Portland Pedestrian Design Guide is in PDF format.(You will need to have Adobe Acrobat Reader to view them.)