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PBOT crews have begun installing new high-visibility crosswalks to heighten safety and visibility for pedestrians
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The project will increase safety for freight, motor vehicle, bicycle and pedestrian traffic
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Transportation is seeking to adopt a new administrative rule. TRN 1.28 Curb Extensions for Buildings and Planning Actions clarifies under what conditions curb extensions will be required in relation to corner reconstruction.
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This project was made possible by Fixing our Streets, a voter-approved 10-cent gas tax for restoring our streets and making them safer.
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12 Safe Routes to School projects were constructed over the summer break and there are more on the way
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The most southwestern stretch of SW Capitol Highway will be restriped to improve safety for all travelers along the corridor.
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Preventative maintenance saves Portlanders money by avoiding the more costly repairs of streets that have failed
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This year, 36 people have died in crashes on Portland streets—the most deaths at this point in the year since at least 2015.