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PedPDX data analysis and public outreach finds that one’s experience walking in Portland depends a lot on where in the city you live or work, but it also depends upon who you are.
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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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Information about the phases of the East Glisan Street Update project
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New rates to encourage more turnover in garages designed for short-term needs of downtown shoppers, visitors, and business clients. Short-term parking rates will remain the same.
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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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When completed in spring 2021, the Blumenauer Bridge will provide a vital link between two of Portland’s fastest growing neighborhoods.

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Another way Portlanders make biking awesome
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The improvements are the result of a partnership between PBOT, Portland Parks & Recreation, the Portland Water Bureau, the Bureau of Environmental Services, and adjacent property owners.