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PBOT partners with local business Nossa Familia to help explain how freight connects Portlanders with goods they need and love: coffee

Watch our new video and take a survey about your experience with urban freight in Portland
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Deaths among houseless Portlanders present a rising challenge during the COVID-19 pandemic; Recent examples show PBOT's road redesigns are making city streets safer
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Holiday travel can be stressful even during normal times. And these are not normal times.
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PBOT's new Open Data Portal shows millions of trips using shared mobility devices
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New survey asks Portlanders to identify and prioritize needs for the safe, equitable, efficient, and sustainable movement of goods within the city
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Nine new projects will begin construction in 2022. The projects, which emerge from the City Council-approved Central City in Motion and Rose Lane Project plans, are designed to improve the speed and reliability of transit, provide dedicated space for people who bike, and to make streets safer regard
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Flaggers will direct traffic in all directions on SW Multnomah Boulevard at SW 40th Avenue from 7 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 9 until 6 a.m. on Friday, Dec. 10.
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Find the purrfect gift for your loved ones by supporting small businesses and shopping local this holiday season.
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Beginning Monday, Nov. 8 through Friday, Nov. 19, the Portland Terminal Railway Company and the Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) will be completing street and railway repairs on NW 9th Avenue between NW Overton Street and NW Naito Parkway.
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New street trees and wayfinding improve the quality of life for residents in the Powellhurst-Gilbert neighborhood in East Portland