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News and Notices for Transportation and roads

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Landis & Landis Construction LLC will begin construction in June
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Construction on the $4.7M Red Electric bridge and trail segment is expected to be complete in Spring 2022.
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Sidewalks, protected bike lanes and street lighting construction continue as project builds key connections to area schools and parks.
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Find the historic Freemont curb stamps and win a prize!
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PBOT’s Safe Routes to School program is supporting families as they make the transition back to in-school learning
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(March 30, 2021) Paving work begins this Thursday, April 1 on NE Fremont Street from NE 59th to 40th avenues, as part of the Portland Bureau of Transportation’s (PBOT) ongoing street maintenance program.
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Construction begins Tuesday, March 30 and will last approximately three months.
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Construction on SW Naito Parkway Improvement Project begins new phase. Funded by Fixing Our Streets, both projects will make it easier and safer to walk and bike downtown and on the waterfront.
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City's Task Force on Pricing for Equitable Mobility releases recommendations for how to implement tolling equitably and sustainably, while new Oregon House bill goes in different direction Legislation would burden city with cost of improving state's 82nd Avenue
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Findings show the Healthy Businesses program has been key to survival of Portland businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic with over 1,000 permits issued since the program’s inception in May 2020
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The city is seeking bids from private construction firms to construct the SW Capitol Highway: Multnomah Village - West Portland project. Utility relocation continues on the corridor.
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January 2021 construction update
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Curb ramp updates will make accessing shops, restaurants and residences along SE Hawthorne Boulevard easier and safer for all Portlanders.
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I-405 will be closed in both directions Jan. 22-25 as workers install the 355,000 lb. bridge