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This page contains commonly referenced City code and administrative rules related to PBOT development and permitting processes. Chapters refer to city code and TRN refers to transportation administrative rules.
PBOT has updated the PBOT Development Review Manual to Creating Public Streets and Connections. This manual contains information for designing public improvements consistent with the authority granted to PBOT under City Code in relation to land use and building permit actions.
The enforcement program plays a critical role in providing safe mobility options to Portlanders.
The Temporary Street Use Permitting team at the Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) issues permits for temporary use of the public right of way, including parking, sidewalk, lane and street closures. Permits are issued as per Title 16, 17 and 24 of Portland City Code.
PBOT is updating City Code Sections 17.88.010 and 17.107.030 to align with existing Title 33 regulations.
PBOT is updating TRN 15.01 – New Mobility – Shared Electric Scooters to reflect the new e-scooter program end date and to clarify the billing process for the Pilot Permit Fee.
波特兰市交通局(PBOT)推出了“安全道路计划”来因应新冠病毒(COVID-19)公共卫生危机。这个计划中包括含许可证计划在内的“商业工具包”,允许对街道做出暂时的改动,让人们有更多空间来安全经营业务。
如果在公共通行空间施工,波特兰市交通局(PBOT)可能会要求进行交通管制。可以买或租设备。以下是一些基本交通控制设备示例及波特兰地区部分供应商的名单。供应商名单并不表示我们对其的偏好。