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New street plazas are popping up in Portland this month as part of the Portland Bureau of Transportation’s (PBOT) Healthy Businesses permit program, which allows for temporary changes to streets to give people more space to conduct business safely during the Covid-19 public health crisis
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The project will repave and reconstruct SW Naito Parkway between I-405 and SW Lincoln Street, add new traffic signals, and create a two-way separated pedestrian and bike path between SW Harrison and Clay streets.
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The project increases safety for freight, motor vehicle, bicycle and pedestrian traffic.
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The City of Portland today demanded that federal authorities remove a metal fence and concrete barriers that were illegally installed on Wednesday around the federal courthouse in downtown Portland.
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Project on SE 87th and SE 75th streets is funded by Fixing Our Streets
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Congress asks to hear about the nation's transit future
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Due to the impact, the SW Multnomah Blvd / Garden Home Road Intersection Safety Project has been put on hold until more funding can be secured.
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Protect yourself and others by physical distancing and wearing masks
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PBOT and The Street Trust deliver food to Portland families during a time of crisis
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The SE 136th Avenue Paving and Sidewalks to Opportunity Project is funded by Fixing Our Streets
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Flanders Crossing, a new pedestrian and bicycle bridge over I-405, will provide a long-awaited connection between Northwest Portland and the Central City
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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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The following message was sent from Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) Director Chris Warner to all PBOT staff on June 11, 2020.
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The Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) has launched a new initiative called Safe Streets to respond to the Covid-19 public health crisis. The program will make temporary changes to city streets and sidewalks to support physical distancing in public spaces and other critical travel needs.
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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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