PBOT works with community partners to develop and build capital improvements that make it easier to bike, walk, take public transit or move freight.
Mayor Hales, Commissioner Novick and city staff kicked off a community conversation with neighborhood, business and transportation leaders to consider what it would take to ensure that ourstreets remains safe and well maintained
The Transportation System Plan is the City's long-range plan to guide transportation investments in Portland. The TSP update will also satisfy Metro's obligations to ensure consistency with the Regional Transportation Plan (RTP).
Over two years, the City is replacing our current streetlights with LED lights, which will save us energy and money over the long run.
Residential Streets are those classified in the Transportation System Plan (TSP) as Local Service Streets with adjacent single family residential zoning, outside of Pedestrian Districts
This project will plan, design and construct safety improvements to the important 9.1 mile north-south bike route
The bureau has established a goal of paving 100 lane miles of city streets in the 2013-14 fiscal year. Maintenance staff began using a new technique, known as fog sealing, to preserve more miles of streets more efficiently
Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) seeks input for pilot project to enable community uses on unpaved streets
Significant projects that are currently funded and scheduled
Cully Main Street and Local Street Plans
Sullivan's Gulch Trail Concept Plan
Streets with low traffic volume and speed where bicycles, pedestrians and neighbors are given priority
To improve freight mobility and pedestrian safety with a grant from the Metropolitan Transportation Improvement Program (MTIP).
SE Division Streetscape between 6th + 39th Avenues
Sandy Blvd Road Rehabilitation east of NE 47th Ave