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The Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) plans to donate surplus BIKETOWN bicycles to two cities, reviving a bike-share system in Bend, and enhancing the bike-share system in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, under a plan the Portland City Council is expected to consider on Wednesday.
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Construction continues on SE Hawthorne Boulevard as the Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) completes curb ramp work next week and paving crews work from SE 24th Avenue to César E. Chávez Boulevard.
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A new date will be announced when it becomes available.
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Construction began June 14 on the long awaited SW Capitol Highway project where Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) crews are adding sidewalks and bike lanes, along with other improvements including stormwater facilities and new water mains.
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Two formerly-gravel streets in the Brentwood-Darlington and Lents neighborhoods were paved as part of the Springwater Connector Neighborhood Greenway project
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The long-awaited connection between two of Oregon’s most densely populated neighborhoods, Northwest Portland and the Pearl District, is now open.
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The Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) and the Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) announced a plan to fund long-awaited and much-needed safety and maintenance improvements to State Highway OR-213, also known as 82nd Avenue.
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Starting on June 2nd, contractors working for PBOT will add new curb ramps at the intersection of Hawthorne and César E. Chávez boulevards. Work will require intermittent lane and sidewalks closures.
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Today, the Portland Bureau of Transportation and River View Cemetery announced that the roads through the cemetery will be closed to bicycle traffic from May 28 through May 31. The closure will allow mourners to peacefully observe Memorial Day.