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Winter biking help from around the internet

Check these resources when winter tests your resolve

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Traffic Advisory: Construction to resume on SW Capitol Highway paving project between Multnomah Boulevard and Texas Street, with Covid-19 safety modifications for crews

This project, funded by Fixing Our Streets, will repave and repair SW Capitol Highway through the heart of Multnomah Village

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Traffic Advisory: Landslide on West Burnside will require lane closure through Friday, April 10

For the safety of travelers, the northernmost westbound travel lane on West Burnside will remain closed through Friday, April 10.

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Traffic Advisory: Landslide on West Burnside will require lane closure overnight

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.

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News Release: Portland Bureau of Transportation temporarily reduces all-day rates at SmartPark garages to $5 per day

Portland Bureau of Transportation temporarily reduces all-day rates at SmartPark garages to $5 per day
The rate reduction is intended to support downtown Portland residents and workers during the COVID-19 State of Emergency

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Travel Advisory: Portland Aerial Tram limits rider access to hospital employees, patients

Beginning Friday, March 20, access to the Portland Aerial Tram will be limited to the following fares: OHSU identification badges, VA Portland Health Care System employee cards, Shriner’s Hospitals for Children – Portland employee cards, and patients of OHSU, VA Portland and Shriner’s Hospital.

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Travel Advisory: PBOT, OHSU limit Portland Aerial Tram capacity, offer shuttle bus alternative

(March 15, 2020) – With direction from Gov. Kate Brown and Mayor Ted Wheeler on limiting the spread of the COVID-19 virus, the Portland Bureau of Transportation and Oregon Health & Science University today announced temporary limits to service on the Portland Aerial Tram.

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