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Fixing Our Streets will expand preventive street maintenance that saves money and prevents potholes. It will support work making it safer for children to walk to school and allow us to build more sidewalks, traffic signals, street lights and bike lanes.
Through the Rose Lane Project, PBOT is exploring how we can get buses and streetcar trains out of traffic, helping more Portlanders get where they need to go more reliably and quickly.
We are testing to see if adding red on the pavement helps increase driver understanding and compliance in transit priority lanes. PSU will help us collect before and after data and evaluate performance.
Wayfinding, 9-1-1 Dispatching & Emergency Response Improvements
Reviewing and updating the City’s 1996 Parking Meter District Policy.
PBOT is excited to offer a new grant funding opportunity to implement new and creative projects and invites community-based organizations and neighbors throughout the City of Portland to apply.
Take a walk on Williams Ave to see and experience an important piece of Portland history.
Streets with low traffic volume and speed where bicycles, pedestrians and neighbors are given priority.
The Livable Streets Strategy will be Portland's roadmap to encouraging and implementing placemaking and community uses in the public right-of-way.
A program for addressing infill development on problem streets.
More than half of deadly crashes occur on just 8% of Portland's streets.
Portland's application to the US Department of Transportation’s Smart Cities Challenge grant to implement Ubiquitous Mobility for Portland (UB Mobile PDX).
The Portland Bureau of Transportation is exploring how to better coordinate right of way work among City agencies and utilities.
The High Crash Corridor program uses relatively inexpensive education, enforcement and engineering solutions to address crash problems in a short period of time.
Converting one northbound lane of Naito Parkway to open space for the public to walk, bike and roll safely to this summer’s festivals and community events from May 2 to July 31, 2016.