1120 SW Fifth Ave, Suite 1331, Portland, OR 97204
Darker days bring a greater risk of crashes. To help make us all more visible, we'll be providing retro-reflective stickers that you can apply to outerwear, strollers, backpacks, bikes, helmets, canes, or walkers.
Retro-reflective stickers increase the visibility of pedestrians when crossing the street, moving through parking lots, waiting for the bus, etc. by directing light from vehicle headlights back to vehicle drivers. Invite Portland Bureau of Transportation to bring retro-reflective stickers to your event and staff a table demonstrating how the stickers are applied to coats, backpacks, wheelchairs, strollers, bike helmets, etc. – or – Portland Bureau of Transportation will provide retro-reflective stickers directly to community partners for distribution to their clients.
If you have questions about these events or would like to host a reflective sticker outreach event, please email Sharon.White@portlandoregon.gov.
The Vision Zero team created a series of brief safety videos to address some of Portland's top safety issues.The videos were created for Portland's private for-hire drivers.
These fun videos showcase important safety information that is valuable for all of those who drive in Portland - take a look!
PBOT programs and services
Crosswalk education and enforcement actions reinforce safe behavior
Neighborhood greenways are streets that prioritize walking and biking
Safe Routes to School helps children walk, bike, and roll to school
SmartTrips offers advice for traveling in Portland
Traffic safety concerns can be reported to PBOT
Vision Zero seeks to end all traffic deaths and serious injuries
Yard Sign Lender program supports safety messaging
Medians (access management)
Pedestrian hybrid beacons (formerly called HAWK signals)
Hands-on and classroom driver safety training.