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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.
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Switching one car trip to one walk or bike trip each week can benefit your child’s health, their ability to learn, and the air they breathe. It also helps reduce traffic congestion around your school and neighborhood.
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Bird qualifies for 525 e-scooters, expected to deploy today
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Applications are open! Apply to participate for FREE by September 13.
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Mayor Wheeler invites all Portlanders to gather at community events across the city
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The new Business Access and Transit Lane will speed up trips for thousands of transit riders whose buses cross the Steel Bridge
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In the last five years, adults ages 65 or older made up 26% of pedestrian traffic deaths in Portland
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Raising awareness of pedestrian safety and Oregon traffic laws