The Columbia/Lombard Mobility Corridor Plan is a plan to address safety, mobility, and access for freight, active transportation, and public transit both along the corridor (east/west) and across it (north/south).
This strategy was developed in coordination with the Portland Bureau of Planning and Sustainability’s Better Housing by Design project revising development and design standards in Portland’s multi-dwelling zones.
PBOT is exploring refinements to the Green Loop path alignment and design concept through the River District to support the Green Loop element of the USPS Masterplan proposal. The results of this study will be included into the update to the River District Right-of-Way Standards.
July 26, 2020 marks the 30th anniversary of the signing of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). This year the Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) is updating its ADA Title II Transition Plan for the public right-of-way and we want your feedback.
Master Street Plans are a combination of area and corridor plans. These plans chart a course for future development and programs based on community needs and preferences, all tied together from inter-agency collaborative efforts and community participation.
The Portland Bureau of Transportation's (PBOT) Northwest in Motion Plan represents over two years of analysis, community outreach, and problem-solving to improve walking, biking, and public transit in the Northwest District and surrounding area. Full report, overview, sign up for email updates.
The City of Portland is currently updating the sidewalk corridor chapter of the Pedestrian Design Guide, which serves as the City’s primary guidance on how sidewalks should be built throughout Portland to ensure they are context-appropriate and accessible to people of all ages and abilities.
PBOT is updating the River District Right-of-Way Standards to support development of streets and pedestrian connections as a part of the USPS Masterplan proposal and to incorporate City Council adopted street designs from Central City in Motion and the Enhanced Transit Corridors Plan.
Through the Rose Lane Project, the Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) is giving buses and streetcars priority on the road, helping more Portlanders get where they need to go more reliably and quickly.