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Speed safety cameras reduce dangerous speeding and save lives.
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.
Portland’s Vision Zero Action Plan sets out specific, measurable actions to move toward zero traffic deaths or serious injuries on Portland streets.
This website provides an overview of your options for resolving a citation from a speed safety camera in Portland.
The Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) has launched the Vision Zero dashboard to maintain transparency about street safety improvements, automated enforcement, community engagement, and more. This page explains what data is included, how to use the dashboard, and descriptions of each section.
City of Portland Website
More than half of deadly crashes occur on just 8% of Portland's streets. These streets make up the High Crash Network. High Crash Network streets in low-income communities and communities of color, shown in gray in the linked map, receive priority for investments in safety under Vision Zero.
Left-turn calming is a tool to improve pedestrian safety at intersections.
Following a deadly crash, we install temporary displays to recognize the impact of traffic violence.
City of Portland Website
The linked interactive map displays speed limits for streets in Portland. Map data provided may not reflect unknown, recent, or pending changes, and the City of Portland assumes no liability for errors or omissions. Please email us for questions or corrections.
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).
Order FREE Vision Zero materials from the Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) 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.
The Portland Bureau of Transportation offers a yard sign lender program for neighbors who want to promote safe driving on their streets
A variety of services provide support following serious traffic crashes in Portland.
Speed limits help keep yourself and others safe on our streets.
'Struck' is our campaign to support safe travel speeds.
PBOT Vision Zero publishes newsletters containing updates on our work to make Portland streets safer. Sign up for emails to stay updated on our progress. You can unsubscribe at any time.
Traffic classes can help people travel safely on our streets.
Four 1-minute videos that address top traffic safety issues in Portland.
This Tableau dashboard shows information about Vision Zero projects and programs. It includes data about community engagement, safety projects, fatal crashes and serious injuries, and more. The dashboard is updated quarterly. Last update: April 2021
The Vision Zero Task Force was dissolved on January 25, 2021. To take the next step in delivering safety outcomes, the Vision Zero program will transition from engagement with the broad-based task force to targeted action with specific partners and more transparent progress reporting.