Expect delays traveling eastbound on Burnside through the Central Eastside on Wednesday and Thursday for roadway striping
Travelers can expect delays eastbound on E Burnside between the Burnside Bridge and 12th Avenue between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m. on Wednesday and Thursday as PBOT's contractors work to complete roadway striping
Updated Traffic Advisory
PBOT Vision Zero May 2023 Newsletter
Portland Bureau of Transportation May 2023 Vision Zero newsletter.
PBOT Safe Routes to School May Newsletter
Expect lane closures on East Burnside at 122nd Avenue for pavement repair
(May 23, 2023) The Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) advises the traveling public to expect intermittent lane closures at the intersection of East Burnside and 122nd Avenue from 6 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Wednesday, May 24.
Traffic Advisory: Two intersections to close on SW Capitol Highway, May 15-19, as transformative Multnomah Village construction project nears completion
Two short-term traffic impacts next week as final paving begins on the SW Capitol Highway: Multnomah Village – West Portland Project.
Traffic Advisory: NE 33rd Avenue Bridge over Lombard to be fully closed for final stages of repair starting Tuesday, May 16, to reopen mid-summer
The bridge and all its ramps will be closed as crews lift the bridge and fix a cracked concrete support column discovered after the summer 2021 heat dome
Traffic Advisory: New weight limits on NE 28th Avenue Bridge over Interstate 84
The 115-year-old bridge, the first and oldest reinforced concrete bridge in Oregon, can no longer support heavy freight and emergency vehicles.
News Release: Celebrate Bike Month and enjoy the freedom of car-free streets at Sunday Parkways on May 7
The first Portland Sunday Parkways Presented by Kaiser Permanente of 2023 will take place in East Portland and visit Gateway Discovery, Ventura, and Lincoln parks.
Traffic Advisory: PBOT begins construction on SW Jefferson Bus and Bike Improvement project
Construction will continue through June with intermittent lane closures, parking restrictions and traffic delays
News Release: PBOT kicks off street sweeping and parking pilot in the South Park Blocks
Both sides of northbound SW Park Avenue between Clay and Main streets will have new parking requirements to allow for a weekly sweep of the roadway.
SW Dolph Court and SW Alice Street closed east of SW Capitol Highway from April 25-28 for pavement restoration
PBOT and Lyft announce BIKETOWN fleet expansion to 2,000 e-bikes
To celebrate Earth Day, BIKETOWN will feature free rides on Saturday, April 22, specially branded bikes, and a new BIKETOWN station made with Nike Grind
Traffic Advisory: Portland Streetcar night testing in South Waterfront starting April 23
PBOT personnel will be testing propulsion and braking on a new streetcar vehicle that will be put into service this summer.
Advisory: PBOT releases its 2022 Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Title II Public Right of Way Transition Plan Update
The annual Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Title II Public Right of Way Transition Plan report shares the progress being made to modify transportation system elements such as audible pedestrian signals and curb ramps.
Expect delays tonight traveling through the Central Eastside on E Burnside and Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
Travelers can expect delays eastbound on the Burnside Bridge and southbound on Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard overnight on Thursday, April 6, from 8 p.m. to 7 a.m. on Friday morning
PBOT Vision Zero March 2023 Newsletter
Portland Bureau of Transportation March 2023 Vision Zero newsletter.
March Safe Routes News and Resources
February Safe Routes News and Resources
Why we say “crash” not “accident”
We’re inviting our community to change the way we talk about crashes, and in doing so, change the broad cultural perception that crashes are inevitable. A Vision Zero approach refuses to accept traffic violence as a byproduct of “just the way things are.” So, will you join us?
Winter Travel Advisory: Snow, hail could create hazardous travel conditions Friday and Saturday
Be prepared for worse conditions than expected, as forecasts come with uncertainty about timing and amount of snow
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