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PBOT expands its Transportation Wallet program by partnering with the NW Parking District to manage parking demand and reduce congestion
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Raising awareness of pedestrian safety and Oregon traffic laws
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The Bureau of Planning and Sustainability is working with the Portland Bureau of Transportation to update the Bicycle Parking requirements (33.266.200) for new development in Portland.
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Beginning July 1, 2018, Portland Parks & Recreation and the Portland Bureau of Transportation will assess development fees for additions to residential units by the amount of square footage in each structure.
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On-street parking will be free at parking meters on Christmas Day.
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Closures from 8 p.m. through 6 a.m. on Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights.
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This is the 135th Fixing Our Streets base repair project completed in 2018.
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This season BIKETOWN members and account holders can donate surplus credits to help cover the first month of membership for BIKETOWN for All members.
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Raising awareness of pedestrian safety and Oregon traffic laws
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The City will not charge at the meters for on-street parking on Thanksgiving Day.
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Skip failed to provide at least 100 e-scooters a day in East Portland as required by the program. It also failed to deploy at least 90 percent of the total number of e-scooters the company has permits for, in violation of the program's rules.