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The Pandemic Mobility Support Program was created in an effort to support people in Portland who need to make critical trips during the COVID-19 Pandemic.
This guide will help you understand how parking works at city parks, including: parking rules, rates and hours, what to do if you get a citation, and frequently asked questions.
Pay for a development services permit online or by phone. Get all the information you need to make a building permit payment by phone now.
PBOT’s Equity & Inclusion program has been working with various PBOT teams to identify partnership opportunities to engage and support community groups on transportation issues specific to the Covid-19 public health pandemic.
Learn more about how to apply for permits and receive inspections from Environmental Services, Fire and Rescue, Parks and Recreation, Transportation and Water.
Neighborhood greenways are quiet, slow streets that are easy to walk, stroll, roll, bike, or play in. The Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) is building out 25 miles of new greenways in East Portland and designed a “Go By Greenways” contest to make it fun to explore new ones in East Portland.
The Portland Tram is owned by the City of Portland and jointly managed by the City and Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU). The Tram runs between terminals in the South Waterfront district (at S Moody Avenue and Gibbs Street) and on Marquam Hill (in the Kohler Pavilion).
The Portland Bureau of Transportation's (PBOT) Gravel Street Service is a FREE street improvement service. Through this work, PBOT crews improve the condition of the streets by filling potholes and ruts with gravel. The result will be smoother roads that make travel and access easier.
Help us co-create Portland Sunday Parkways by taking this short survey.
Investigations by traffic engineers for non-urgent safety concerns related to pedestrians, people biking or taking transit, speeding drivers, speed limits in general, traffic safety around schools, visibility, signage, signal timing. The 823-SAFE team at the Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT).
Report potholes, sinkholes, or other emergency road hazards online, via email, or by calling our 24/7 maintenance dispatch at the Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT).
Portland Bureau of Transportation's Safe Routes to School program is installing temporary traffic playgrounds and playspaces starting summer 2020. Learn what traffic playgrounds and playspaces are, and where you can find them.
PBOT is helping create more room in crowded areas where people, especially pedestrians, might find it harder to keep six feet apart, such as on narrow sidewalks, at crowded bus stops, or at busy intersections where people wait to cross. PBOT will use physical barriers, paint, and other markings.
The Portland Bureau of Transportation’s (PBOT) Healthy Businesses permit allows temporary changes to streets to give people more space to conduct business safely amid our current public health crisis. Original permits expire Nov. 1, 2020. Applications for Winter Healthy Businesses permits now open.
Neighborhood greenways are:
• Quiet, slow streets
• Streets that prioritize people walking, bicycling, and rolling
• The backbone of the Safe Routes to School network
• Connectors between neighborhoods, parks, schools, and business districts
Residents, property owners and our business community are an essential part of helping the city rebound quickly after a storm. Emergency resources, winter weather basics for residents and businesses, and how the Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) prepares for and responds to winter weather.
The Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) responds to road hazards day or night and will list winter weather road closures and chain advisories here, if any. Report road hazards to PBOT Maintenance emergency dispatch 24/7 at 503-823-1700.