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National Preparedness Month spotlights what firefighters like Lisa Knight see every day—being prepared saves lives. Making our water system more resilient with the Bull Run Treatment Projects is one of the ways the Water Bureau is looking ahead to prepare and protect our community.
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Construction on the Portland Bureau of Transportation’s (PBOT) Downtown I-405 Pedestrian Safety and Operational Improvements project will begin Monday, Sept. 20.
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Transportation Commissioner Jo Ann Hardesty and Mayor Sean VanGordon of Springfield, Oregon unveil the name at a ceremony today.
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Nine street segments will receive a new-to-Portland paving treatment known as microsurfacing, which lays a thin layer of asphalt mixed with polymer fibers to damaged street surfaces.
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A detour of southbound traffic on SW Capitol Highway between SW Garden Home Road and SW Taylors Ferry Road began Wednesday morning, August 18, 2021, and will be in effect until as late as November 2022. People have questions and we would like to address them.
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Traffic will be detoured via NW Skyline Boulevard and West Burnside Street through Spring 2022
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Work continues on Fixing Our Streets-funded SW Capitol Highway project connecting Multnomah Village and West Portland, prompting detour
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Paving work begins Monday, Aug. 16 on NE Fremont Street from NE 38th to 21st avenues, as part of the Portland Bureau of Transportation’s (PBOT) ongoing maintenance paving work. The street repairs will continue through the month of September, each weekday from 6 a.m. to 4 p.m. and possibly weekends.