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In additional to our winter weather information, PBOT provides updates on a variety of projects and programs as well as news releases, traffic advisories, and more.
Follow this link www.portlandoregon.gov/transportation/subscribe to see a list of available topics and subscribe to the ones that interest you. We are constantly adding new programs and projects to our list.
It may be sunny outside right now, but winter weather is around the corner. Be sure to visit our Stormy Weather Travel Tips page for information about road closures, sandbag locations, frequently asked questions and more.
Current PBOT winter weather road closures and chain advisories.
WINTER WEATHER CENTER
Interactive map showing PBOT’s priority snow and ice routes, where we deploy salt, as well as real-time traffic, weather, road closure, and plow information.
Stay Informed. Sign up for emergency notifications via text, email, or phone from regional agencies including PBOT, the Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT), TriMet, and Multnomah County.
GET HOME SAFE: Winter Travel Tips
How to plan ahead for winter weather, plus essential tips for taking transit, walking, biking, and driving in winter weather.
REPORT ROAD HAZARDS
Call PBOT Maintenance emergency dispatch 24/7 at 503-823-1700
Choose the PBOT notifications you want to receive via email or text including news releases, traffic advisories, and winter weather information.
In severe weather, PBOT's top priority is safety. Our crews work around the clock to limit interruptions to Portlanders’ daily lives, prevent life-threatening injuries and avoid property damage. Learn more about our winter weather response here.
Have you purchased chains yet for your vehicle?
Take the time to practice putting them on your car while the weather is nice! You'll be glad you did.
PBOT crews work hard to keep the drains clear. But with over 58,000 drains in the city, they can’t get to all of them.
That’s why we're asking Portlanders to adopt storm drains in their neighborhoods and help to keep them free and clear of leaves.