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Request a curb ramp

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Online form to request curb ramps for better access to a residence, school, or other public facilities. Ramps by Request team at the Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) takes up to 100 requests per calendar year, in the order they come in. After request, ramps take about 9 months to complete.
A dual pedestrian curb ramp on a street corner with yellow tactile pads.

10-15 minutes to fill out the online form, ~9 months from request to completion

General information

The Ramps by Request program at the Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) ensures that people with disabilities and those advocating on their behalf can request individual curb ramps that comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). 

Staff take up to 100 requests per calendar year in the order they come in. Additional requests go into our backlog.

From request to construction, curb ramps typically take about 9 months to complete. 

This work is in addition to the roughly 1,500 curb ramps PBOT already builds each year to bring the city into compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

Make a request today

Be prepared to include your contact information as well as the details about where the curb ramp should go.

Ramp by Request online form