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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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New model foresees long-term contracts with one to three operators. Bureau will now begin public engagement process to seek input from Portlanders
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Paving work begins Tuesday, Sept. 1 on NE 57th Avenue from NE Halsey Street to NE Fremont Street, as part of the Portland Bureau of Transportation’s (PBOT) ongoing maintenance paving work. The street repairs will continue through Sept. 17, 2020, each weekday from 5 a.m. through 3 p.m.
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On Friday, June 19, in celebration of Juneteenth, all on-street metered parking will be free of charge and Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) offices will be closed for the City of Portland holiday.
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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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Joint effort by the Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT), Portland Fire & Rescue, the Portland Police Bureau and Multnomah County to improve wayfinding, 9-1-1 dispatching and emergency response
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The Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) will begin critical repairs to the northernmost westbound lane on West Burnside Street from NW 24th Place to NW Maywood Drive starting on Monday, April 13 and continuing through Friday, April 17 from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily.
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The $25.8 million Rivergate Overcrossing bridge project, funded with federal, state, and local dollars, will support the Port of Portland, and alleviate traffic congestion associated with rail blockages for Rivergate Industrial District businesses.
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This project, funded by Fixing Our Streets, will repave and repair SW Capitol Highway through the heart of Multnomah Village
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For the safety of travelers, the northernmost westbound travel lane on West Burnside will remain closed through Friday, April 10.
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A landslide on West Burnside at 24th Place will require a lane closure overnight as Portland Bureau of Transportation’s (PBOT) Maintenance Operations and Portland Parks & Recreation’s Urban Forestry crews continue to manage the still-active slide.