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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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North Portland Project List

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Complex Local Street Projects List 

Local streets are designed to carry local neighborhood traffic. Complex Local Service street projects may include high speed, high traffic volume, pedestrian activity, transit service, fire route designation and commercial uses among others. Click here for more information on the Complex Local Street Program.
 

Streamline Speed Bump Projects List

   Streamline projects are for local service streets where speed bumps are the most appropriate traffic calming device to use. These streets are not designated transit or fire emergency vehicle routes, have daily traffic volumes of 400 to 1700 vehicles, and have and 85th percentile speed of at least 30 miles per hour. Click here for more information on the Streamline Speed Bump Program.
 
N Bryant - Greeley to Denver
N/NE Dekum - Vancouver to MLK, Jr Blvd
N Missouri - Killingsworth to Holman
N Montana Avenue - Buffalo to Portland

Neighborhood Collector Street Projects List

  Neighborhood collector streets are Portland's lowest classification of arterial streets. These streets generally have higher traffic volumes than local service streets. Collector Projects can involve a variety of issues including high speed, high traffic volume, pedestrian activity, transit service, fire route designation and commercial uses among others. Click here for more information on the Collector Street Program.
 
None completed at this time

School Safety Projects List

  Safety projects focus on increasing the safety of pedestrians, especially children, in school zones around elementary schools.Click here for more information on the School Safety Program.
 

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