With the start of the school year, PBOT reminds the public that school routes are everywhere, urges Portlanders to 'drive like it'
With so many kids walking, biking and otherwise traveling on the city's sidewalks and streets, the Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) is urging people driving to be especially careful and to drive with extra caution and attention.
Each year, the Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) makes hundreds of emergency infrastructure repairs to ensure the proper functioning of infrastructure that can help people use our streets safely.
News Release: PBOT, state representatives, ODOT, and community announce historic 82nd Avenue funding
State and local elected leaders join Commissioner Jo Ann Hardesty and PBOT to announce $80 million in funding for safer 82nd Ave. Funding makes the transformation of 82nd Ave. and its transfer to the city of Portland possible. PBOT also announces list of safety projects it will start immediately.
The Portland Bureau of Transportation will reduce the speed limit from 35 mph to 30 mph on 122nd Avenue between NE Sandy Boulevard and SE Foster Road on Wednesday morning, April 21.
PBOT launches Vision Zero dashboard with new data about the city's efforts to eliminate traffic deaths and improve road safety
The Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) introduces the Vision Zero dashboard, a new tool to help Portlanders better understand and track the bureau's efforts to eliminate deaths and serious injuries from Portland streets.
News Release: Safety improvements, travel tips, and a reminder to all Portlanders as students head back to the classroom: “Kids are everywhere. Drive like it.”
PBOT’s Safe Routes to School program is supporting families as they make the transition back to in-school learning
Small but significant reductions suggest safety benefits from Portland's 20 mph speed limit.
Traffic crash victims and those who love them are the focus of World Day of Remembrance on Sunday, November 15th.
Darker evenings bring greater crash risk