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In some parts of Portland it is becoming increasingly hard to find an available parking space. As the city grows and development increases in neighborhood mixed-use centers and corridors, the demand for on-street parking spaces is projected to grow further.
Additionally, as neighborhoods develop, the city is improving opportunities for walking, cycling and riding transit, including the installation of curb extensions, rain gardens and bike parking corrals. The results are more vibrant neighborhoods but also more demands on limited street space.
To address these issues, the Portland Bureau of Transportation is developing a citywide parking strategy as well as new tools for neighborhoods. These Parking Plan pages contain information concerning the parking planning efforts currently underway. For parking services, click here.
A study to review and update city parking management tools in light of more dense development along mixed use corridors and in neighborhood centers that are experiencing redevelopment.
Central City Parking Policy Update
History, Implementation and Operations
Citywide system parking strategy
Powerpoint presentations and more from the Portland Parking Symposium
A multi-phase plan to improve parking in NW Portland
See where and when you can learn more about the Transportation System Plan and Parking Plan updates.
Parking reports for various areas in the city of Portland.