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Share your ideas for better transit along the Powell-Division Corridor
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Would you walk in your neighborhood if there was a safe and accessible route?
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Portland's signature events help you improve your home, your bike, your finances and more!
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Check these resources when winter tests your resolve
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This project, funded by Fixing Our Streets, will repave and repair SW Capitol Highway through the heart of Multnomah Village
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For the safety of travelers, the northernmost westbound travel lane on West Burnside will remain closed through Friday, April 10.
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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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(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.