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The improvements PBOT will roll out this year and next will have an immediate impact on Portlanders who continue riding transit during the Covid-19 pandemic, including frontline workers, by making bus service more convenient and reliable.
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Two-way access on SW Naito Parkway will be maintained by temporarily converting one of the two northbound lanes to a southbound lane.
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The project increases safety for freight, motor vehicle, bicycle and pedestrian traffic.
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Project on SE 87th and SE 75th streets is funded by Fixing Our Streets
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Learning may be happening at home these days, but when it's time for students to return to school, they will have safer ways to walk, bike and roll to get there.
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This project, funded by Fixing Our Streets, will repave a section of SW Capitol Highway in the area of Multnomah Village.
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Business for a Better Portland, Oregon Walks, 1000 Friends of Oregon, Rosewood Initiative, The Street Trust, the Northwest District Association, Professional & Technical Employees Local 17, and the City of Portland’s Pedestrian and Bicycle advisory committees join growing endorsement list for referr
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A Look Back: Changing the landscape of accessibility in East Portland
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Transforming a street for the 21st Century
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PBOT will construct 14 additional projects in East Portland in 2020, investing another $45 million in safer and improved streets
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The N Denver Avenue paving project is funded by Fixing Our Streets, the first local funding source in Portland’s history dedicated exclusively to the city’s transportation needs
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The N Denver Avenue paving project is funded by Fixing Our Streets, the first local funding source in Portland’s history dedicated exclusively to the city’s transportation needs
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To complete the paving work, N Williams Avenue will be closed to all traffic from Friday, Oct. 25 at 8 p.m. to Monday, Oct. 28 at 7 a.m.
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The project will increase safety for freight, motor vehicle, bicycle and pedestrian traffic
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This project was made possible by Fixing our Streets, a voter-approved 10-cent gas tax for restoring our streets and making them safer.