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About Vision Zero

Protecting human lives is core to Vision Zero, the goal to eliminate traffic deaths and serious injuries on Portland streets.
Esta página web ofrece una descripción general de las opciones disponibles para
atender el citatorio de un radar de control de velocidad en Portland.
Center turn lane delineation prevents drivers from traveling long distances in the center turn lane, reducing the risk to people crossing by in a car, on a bike, with a mobility device, or on foot.
Understanding the types of movements and locations that lead to death and injury for people traveling in Portland informs actions in this plan.
Portland Bureau of Transportation's deadly crash response protocol and street changes.
A collection of evaluation reports for various Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) traffic safety projects organized by roadway reorganizations, speed limit reductions, and quick-builds, among others.
The Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) created the Vision Zero dashboard to maintain transparency about efforts to reduce speeding, improve street design, support people to travel safely, and share citywide traffic crash summaries.
Side guards help reduce the severity of crashes involving heavy trucks.
Portland's highest-crash streets and intersections in low-income communities and communities of color receive priority for investments in safety.
What crash data includes and where it comes from.
This website provides an overview of your options for resolving a citation from a speed safety camera in Portland.
Portland’s Vision Zero Action Plan sets out specific, measurable actions to move toward zero traffic deaths or serious injuries on Portland streets.

Left-turn calming

Left turn-calming is a tool used by the Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) to improve pedestrian safety at intersections.
Often overlooked, personal safety is core to making our streets safe. It's part of our Vision Zero and Safe Routes to School programs. To realize a safe transportation system that provides all people access and mobility to where they need to go, we must proactively take care of each other.
This update reflects the progress we’ve made and the challenges we’ve faced in the seven years since city council adopted the Vision Zero Action Plan in 2016, and sets the course for our work through 2025.
Reflective pavement markings improve visibility and reduce lane departure crashes
Information from the Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) on how to submit requests for review of non-urgent safety concerns related to pedestrians, people biking or taking transit, speeding drivers, speed limits, traffic safety around schools, visibility, signage, and signal timing.
The Portland Bureau of Transportation offers a yard signs for neighbors who want to promote safe driving on their streets
Order free Vision Zero materials from the Portland Bureau of Transportation to help educate family, friends, neighbors, your school, or your organization about Vision Zero, Portland's commitment to eliminate serious and fatal traffic injuries in Portland.
A variety of services provide support following serious traffic crashes in Portland.