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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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Real Solutions to Traffic Safety Problems

Your experience helps guide real solutions to traffic safety problems, and the Portland Bureau of Transportation wants to hear from you.  When you have a concern, please call the Transportation Safety and Neighborhood Livability Line (823-SAFE). You may also email safe@portlandoregon.gov.  Your call will be returned within approximately 3 days or your e-mail within 10 days.  The Safety and Livability Line helps the Transportation Bureau respond to the following transportation safety issues:

 

Traffic Safety Issue

Examples of Service Requests

Intersection Safety

Pavement Markings / Signals / STOP Signs

Pedestrian Safety

Crosswalks / Curb Ramps / Signals / Visibility / Enforcement

School Safety

Safe Routes / School Drop-Off and Pick-Up Operations / Crosswalks / Bus Zone / Education

Speeding

Enforcement / Speed Zones / Residential Speed Bump Purchase Projects

Visibility

Lighting / Pruning / Signage

Bicycle Safety

Bike Lanes / Parking / Signals / Visibility

Parking

Limited On-Street Parking / No Parking

Capital Project Requests *

Sidewalks / Bike Lanes / Signals / Intersection Improvements

* Initial requests for Capital Projects should also be forwarded to the Transportation Safety and Livability Hot Line. These requests are recorded, and the information is forwarded to the appropriate staff person.

 

For 24-Hour Maintenance & Repair of Traffic Signs, Signals & Equipment, Pavement Markings and Condition, Sidewalks or potholes, please call 503-823-1700

Report street light outages or malfunctions at 

503-865-LAMP (5267)

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