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News Blog: Big haul? Small load? A regional trucking company shows how maximizing space helps freight move across our region

TITAN Freight Systems shows how "less than truckload" trips play a key role in our regional transportation system.

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The Blumenauer Bridge is open to the public

On July 31, PBOT officially opened the Congressman Blumenauer Bicycle & Pedestrian Bridge! Crossing I-84 and connecting the Lloyd and Central Eastside districts, the new bridge is already benefiting businesses, commuters, and residents in the area. It also acts as a link in the Green Loop.

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The Oregon Food Bank shares how it uses Portland’s transportation system to move millions of pounds of food every day to feed Oregonians in crisis

In a new video for the Portland Bureau of Transportation’s 2040Freight Plan, the Oregon Food Bank explains how their freight distribution system helps those in need.

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Pickup/drop-off zones, protected bike lane coming to SW Broadway in summer 2022

This summer, the Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) will begin converting existing Hotel Zones along SW Broadway to three-minute pickup/drop-off zones.

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Would you like a salad with your order? See how a Portland produce distributor delivers their goods in PBOT’s latest video

PBOT partners with Pacific Coast Fruit Company in a video for the 2040 Portland Freight Plan

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Alcohol remains a major factor in deadly Portland crashes

If you drink, it is safest to avoid driving and to help others do the same.

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PBOT is recruiting new members for the Portland Bicycle Advisory Committee (BAC)

This is a great opportunity to gain experience in working with the city, learn more about city planning, connect with other Portlanders who are interested in biking, and give back to your community in the process.

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Flour, sugar, and happiness: How freight gets handmade donuts into the hands of Portlanders

PBOT partners with local business Coco Donuts to explain how freight connects Portlanders with fresh donuts
Watch our new video and sign up to follow updates on the 2040 Portland Freight Plan

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PBOT partners with Hacienda CDC to build secure bike parking for community residents

With a project budget of $31,000, PBOT constructed eight new large, weather-protected family-sized bike lockers and three bike shelters upgraded with lockable fences to reduce bicycle theft. In total, 54 new secure bike parking spots were installed for community use. 

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A bicycle delivery company is featured in the first video in a series to showcase unique perspectives when it comes to Portland’s urban freight

Watch our new video and take a survey about your experience with urban freight in Portland

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How does coffee get to your cup?

PBOT partners with local business Nossa Familia to help explain how freight connects Portlanders with goods they need and love: coffee

Watch our new video and take a survey about your experience with urban freight in Portland

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Give the gift of safe streets this holiday season

Holiday travel can be stressful even during normal times. And these are not normal times.

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Help PBOT plan for the future of freight in Portland

New survey asks Portlanders to identify and prioritize needs for the safe, equitable, efficient, and sustainable movement of goods within the city

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Tips for climate-friendly travel in the wet, cold, and dark

Keep walking, biking, rolling and strolling, year-round!

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Shop local and earn free parking with Parking Kitty this holiday season

Find the purrfect gift for your loved ones by supporting small businesses and shopping local this holiday season.

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Adaptive BIKETOWN gets people riding at Adaptive Cycling Resource Fair

Adaptive cycling can be a great way for people with movement disorders like Parkinson’s to exercise and have fun.

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You still have a chance to win a $500 grocery gift card! But you need to play the Go by Greenways game by September 26th

Go By Greenways is a scavenger hunt game that you can play while exploring East Portland infrastructure improvements. Your goal? Search for hidden zebra signs along the greenways, and text the code word on the sign to be entered to win prizes.

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The Cart Blocks Comeback

Portlanders enjoyed food and downtown outdoor gathering space at The Cart Blocks on opening day on July 24. The relocation to a new site downtown wasn't easy - for the food cart owners or the city officials who helped create the new site. 

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"Go By Greenways” in East Portland to have fun, stay healthy and win great prizes!

Play the Go By Greenways game over the next four weeks and get to know Portland’s newest neighborhood greenways

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