The 20-member volunteer Bicycle Advisory Committee (BAC) meets monthly to review projects of interest to cyclists and discuss bike issues. The committee advises City Council and bureaus on all bicycle-related matters.
The Building a Better 82nd Community Advisory Group is made up of 18 community members who will provide feedback to the Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) in meetings every two to three months throughout the Building a Better 82nd planning process.
Representing a broad set of community and business perspectives, this working group offers strategic advice to the PBOT Director and project staff to help them successfully implement projects recommended in the Central City in Motion plan.
Group providing feedback on multimodal Columbia/Lombard Mobility Corridor Plan addressing safety, mobility, and access for freight, walking, bicycling, and transit both along the corridor (east/west) and across it (north/south). Plan goes before City Council for adoption in summer 2020.
The Committee will work with city staff to develop a parking management plan and parking permit pilot program for the Richmond Neighborhood area. The resulting plan will need to be voted in by affected residents and adopted by City Council first before being implemented.
Sixteen-member oversight body that ensures accountability of 10-cent gas tax passed in May 2016. Diverse group of Portlanders with budget and project management experience, broad interests within transportation space. Help oversee budget, projects, schedule, with PBOT project managers.
Representatives from neighborhood businesses, residents, and property owners, meets annually to recommend projects, programs, and services to be funded by meter revenue for the Lloyd Parking District.
Comprised of representatives from Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU), the Homestead Neighborhood Association, and a third party to serve as tiebreaker.
The North Portland in Motion Community Advisory Group is made up of community members from North Portland neighborhoods and organizations who will provide feedback to the Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) throughout the North Portland in Motion planning process.
The mission is to advise the City on transportation and parking issues in northwest and support a full range of transportation options within the context of neighborhood livability and economic vitality with the goal of efficiently managing parking and reducing reliance on single-occupancy vehicles.
The members of the PBOT's Bureau & Budget Advisory Committee (BBAC) play an important role in PBOT’s budget process, sharing their experience and the experience of communities they represent to inform the bureau's budget choices. Members also advise on important policy.
The purpose of the Portland Pedestrian Advisory Committee is to advise the city on all matters that encourage and enhance walking as a means of transportation, recreation, wellness, and environmental enhancement.
The Portland Freight Advisory Committee, formed February 2003, serves as an advisory group to the Portland Bureau of Transportation and City Council on issues related to freight mobility. Includes community member volunteers and public agency representatives at the local, state, and federal level.
The POEM Community Task Force was established to explore if and how transportation pricing strategies could be used in Portland to advance equitable mobility. The Task Force meets monthly, and all meetings are open to the public. To learn more about the POEM project visit our main page.
The Private For-Hire Transportation Advisory Committee provides input into the development and outcomes of policies, budget, regulations, and procedures that affect the city's Private For-Hire Transportation program.
Focused on issues impacting Portland TNC drivers including data collection, accessibility, wages, safety, injuries, insurance, safety, reliability, standards, and dispute resolution. Forum for drivers to share concerns, suggestions. Facilitator and independent mediator assist, as needed.
The Towing Administration Advisory Committee provides input into the development and outcomes of policies, regulations, and procedures that affect the city's Towing Administration Program and Private Property Impound Policy through the Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT).
The Vision Zero Task Force was dissolved on January 25, 2021. The Vision Zero Task Force oversaw implementation of the Vision Zero Action Plan, reviewed actions and progress, advised on implementation, tracked equity impacts, and oversaw performance measure reporting.