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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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Bicycle Presentations and Reports

The Path Ahead for Active Transportation

"What Does the Oregon Household Activity Survey Tell Us About the Path Ahead for Active Transportation in the City of Portland?", a White Paper by Roger Geller

Bicycle Lunch and Learn series

A monthly series of lunch-time presentations about bicycling issues

How Portland Benefits from Bicycle Transportation

How Portland Benefits from Bicycle Transportation

Build It and They Will Come

Build It and They Will Come

Portland by Cycle: A Guide to Your Ride

Learn how to make your ride safe, comfortable and thoroughly enjoyable. For a printed copy, contact us at 503-823-CYCL and press 2 or email jeff.smith@portlandoregon.gov

Residential Traffic Calming Lessons from Europe

This 5.3 mb PDF file shows all the slides from Greg Raisman's October 2009 talk about innovative designs, and includes links to video and photos taken in Europe & Canada, and maps of potential Portland bike boulevards. (rev. 1/10)

Rob Burchfield presentation - Copenhagen bike facilities

Portland's City Traffic Engineer presented a Brown Bag on bicycle facilities in Copenhagen and other European cities in January 2009. 1.8 mb PDF file of slides from the talk.

"The Importance of Bicycling" WTS Presentation (from Bike Plan page)

Presentation delivered to Women's Transportation Seminar 1/8/08 by Roger Geller

Share the Path brochure

Tips for making our off-street paths enjoyable for everyone - bikers, walkers, strollers and skaters

Bicycle Lunch and Learn - prior sessions

Information about previous Bicycle Lunch and Learn presentations

Women on Bikes Resource Guide

A list of groups, clubs, shops, and more, many featuring programs specifically for women.

City of Portland Bicycle Plan

Information about Portland's new Bicycle Plan for 2030 as well as the original 1996 Bicycle Master Plan.

Heartbleed Security Notice

A serious security vulnerability known as "Heartbleed" was recently discovered in OpenSSL, a popular software library commonly used by many websites on the internet to encrypt communication between a user's computer and a web server.

PortlandOregon.gov is NOT affected by this vulnerability as it does not use the OpenSSL software library. Please rest assured we are dedicated to protecting your security on this website.