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Portland Bureau of Transportation

Phone: 503-823-5185

Fax: 503-823-7576

1120 SW Fifth Ave, Suite 800, Portland, OR 97204

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Accessible Portland

City of Portland Disability Program

Aims to connect, support and encourage collaborative civic engagement between people of the disability community, neighborhoods and city government.
503-823-9970 | TTY: 503-823-6868

Portland Commission on Disability

The Portland Commission on Disability’s mission is to guide the City in ensuring it is universally accessible for all. 

Park Accessibility

Search accessibility features of all Portland’s parks, including paved and unpaved paths, distance to amenities, restroom facilities and more.
503-823-PLAY (7529) | V/TDD: 503-823-2223

Ride Connection

A non-profit, community service organization providing accessible, responsive transportation for people in need. Includes transportation training, door-to-door service and shuttles.

TriMet Accessibility Features

TriMet, WES and Portland Streetcar stations, stops and vehicles have many accessibility features. Find information on travel training, reduced fares and other available services.
503-962-2455 | TTY: 7-1-1

Access Recreation

A Portland-based ad hoc committee working to develop guidelines about trails and outdoor recreational facilities in Oregon and SW Washington.

Oregon Walks

A non-profit organization dedicated to promoting walking and making conditions for walking safe and inviting.

Portland Pedestrian Advisory Committee (PAC)

A forum for residents to be involved in establishing goals and policies for pedestrians in the city. Includes walking and mobility advocates, neighborhood activists, environmental design professionals and residents-at-large.  |  503-823-4589

PSU Traffic and Transportation Course

Over 1,000 Portland residents have taken this 10-week class at Portland State University to learn how to negotiate traffic and transportation agencies and issues. Designed for the new or experienced neighborhood activist who wants to make a difference.

Safe Routes to School

Resources for schools, parents, caregivers and volunteers that support and encourage students to safely walk and roll to school.
Consultations, trainings and materials are available along with assistance to organize Safe Routes activities.