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The Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) manages transportation assets worth $9.7 billion. Portland’s transportation system helps move people, goods, freight and emergency response vehicles through the City. Motor vehicles, mass transit, bicyclists and pedestrians all benefit from the development, operations and maintenance of Portland’s infrastructure. Portland’s transportation system is a network of streets, sidewalks, bike lanes, bridges, traffic control devices, parking facilities, streetcars and an aerial tram. These combined assets make Portland one of the most livable cities in the country.
The Asset, Status and Condition report is an asset management tool for tracking the physical assets owned by the Portland Bureau of Transportation – specifically, their condition, any unmet funding needs for proper maintenance, and the major accomplishments that were completed in each asset category in the previous fiscal year.
An At a Glance illustration included this year provides a visual snapshot of PBOT’s asset portfolio. The report package provides the public a reference to help understand and evaluate the complex system of streets, bridges, traffic lights and other assets that connect Portlanders.