1120 SW Fifth Ave, Suite 800, Portland, OR 97204
PBOT works with community partners to develop and build capital improvements that make it easier to bike, walk, take public transit or move freight.
Current Street Projects
General Area Projects
Current Bicycle Projects
A program aimed at enhancing communication and coordination to lessen the effect of construction projects on the traveling public.
Updating the TSDC project list, methodology and rates.
This program facilitates immediate and sustained progress on improving local streets (with a focus on unpaved and under-improved streets) and related transportation infrastructure in neighborhoods throughout the City.
Developing a near term (5-10 year) implementation strategy for active transportation projects in SW Portland.
A seismically-sound 250 feet long and 24 feet wide bridge over I-405 for people on foot and on bikes.
A new pedestrian/bicycle bridge over Interstate 84 and the Union Pacific Railroad to better connect the rapidly growing Lloyd and Central Eastside Industrial districts.
Comprehensive plan in place to replace the storm-damaged timber bridge, which is currently closed to motor vehicles.
Information for NE Glisan St Bridge Removal at NE 90th Ave
Program involves paving streets, building sidewalks, and installing stormwater management systems
The High Crash Corridor program uses relatively inexpensive education, enforcement and engineering solutions to address crash problems in a short period of time.
Making crossings safer for pedestrians in East Portland.
Rehabilitation of the historic NW Thurman Street bridge
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
Cully Main Street and Local Street Plans
Completed project library