danger
COVID-19 Risk Level for Multnomah County: High Risk

News

Transportation News Menu
Displaying 1 - 20 of 773
Posted on
(Feb. 26, 2021) The Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) and other city agencies continue to clean up from the historic Presidents Day Weekend winter storms that covered the city with as much as 10 inches of snow and .75 inches of ice. 
Posted on
Curb ramp updates will make accessing shops, restaurants and residences along SE Hawthorne Boulevard easier and safer for all Portlanders.
Posted on
I-405 will be closed in both directions Jan. 22-25 as workers install the 355,000 lb. bridge
Posted on
Portlanders are encouraged to be COVID Safe, Portland Strong in new campaign
Updated
2020 defies historic pattern of fewer traffic crashes during economic recession Excessive speed and impairment contributed to majority of traffic deaths Indications that Vision Zero is reducing dangerous behaviors along key routes
Posted on
On-street parking is free at meters on Christmas Day
Posted on
People traveling to neighborhoods south of Foster Road are urged to use SE 134th Avenue, SE 162nd Avenue, and SE Clatsop Street.
Posted on
It’s the meowest wonderful time of the year!
Posted on
Park downtown and fall back in love with Portland this holiday season Garages close for the Thanksgiving Day holiday, then return to normal on Friday before Free Parking Saturdays begin this Saturday
Posted on
The Portland Aerial Tram will close for scheduled maintenance from 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 25, reopening at 5:30 a.m. on Monday, Nov. 30.
Posted on
PBOT’s 2020 Neighborhood Greenways Report shows the opportunities (and challenges) facing Portland’s greenways during the Covid-19 public health crisis and beyond
Updated
PBOT started the service in 2018 and has already completed over 31 miles of roads in Southeast, North and Northeast Portland.
Posted on
Darker evenings bring greater crash risk
Updated
Starting today, businesses can apply for free winter permits to use street space for physical distancing, Nov. 1 through March 31, 2021