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Transportation Highlight 2040 Freight Plan

Community Event
PBOT is taking a fresh look at the future of goods movement in Portland. How might we reduce carbon emissions and advance racial equity through our 2040 Portland Freight Plan? Join us to learn how you can help develop this new and exciting direction for Portland!

Join us for the first Transportation Highlight class!  This session is part of an all-summer long initiative to share information about walking, biking, and rolling in our city. Hear from Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) experts as they discuss the behind-the-scences of how transportation programs, plans and projects work in our city. 

The Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) is engaging Portlanders to plan how to move goods through the city while meeting our goals for a safe multimodal system that supports economic prosperity, human and environmental health, equity, and resilience. Project staff will provide a presentation about the work currently under way and ask for audience ideas for feedback and advice to incorporate into the planning process. Participants will need 1) a computer with internet, 2) the ability to enter text in the Q&A box, and 3) the ability to respond to Zoom polling questions during the session. 

This Sunday Parkways transportation Highlight  will take place on Friday at 3 PM. To join the live class on Friday, June 11th, go to our Sunday Parkways Facebook page or join directly through zoom.  Click here to join by zoom. 

This free event is brought to you by #SundayParkwaysatHome, presented by Kaiser Permanente.   

Join us live on the Sunday Parkways Facebook page