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PedPDX: Portland's Citywide Pedestrian Plan

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Graphic of intersection with words Ped printed horizontally and PDX printed vertically. Graphic is green and blue. Pedestrian's Citywide Pedestrian Plan in blue with graphic of different types of people walking and rolling.
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PedPDX 3 Year Status Report (2019-2022)

PedPDX includes performance measures and action items that PBOT tracks to understand progress toward achieving the Plan’s goals. PedPDX states that PBOT’s Pedestrian Coordinator will provide periodic updates on the status of that progress. The PedPDX 3 Year Status Report provides an update on the work done since the 2019 adoption of PedPDX through 2022. 

PedPDX Maps

PBOT staff have updated the PedPDX maps to show the progress we've made since 2019. This map is a tool that shows where we've improved sidewalks and crossings, and what still needs to be done. Please note that this interactive map application is intended for Desktop viewing and not optimized for mobile devices. Click here to explore the updated maps. 


PedPDX Plan (2019)

Click here to read the plan

Learn about the PedPDX planning process by watching the video below. Graphic of an arrow.
Image of PedPDX Plan cover. Click Here to view a walkthrough video of the PedPDX plan.

PedPDX Documents

PedPDX | Complete Plan

Two-page (front and back) info sheet about PedPDX for printing and sharing.

MS Word version of the two-page (front and back) info sheet about PedPDX. 

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More information on PedPDX is available here: PedPDX Background Information | Portland.gov


Vision Zero 

Portland is committed to ending traffic violence in our communities. Through the Vision Zero program, the City of Portland and our partners are working to eliminate deaths and serious injuries on our streets by 2025.