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Whether you're preparing for your first bike ride or have been riding for years, the Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) has information and resources for planning your route, understanding Portland's bike infrastructure, and taking care of your bike.
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.
Information on the status of elevators and elevator repairs for pedestrian crossings owned or managed by the Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT), including the Gibbs Street Pedestrian Bridge in South Waterfront by OHSU and the Bob Stacey Overcrossing at Gideon Street in Southeast Portland.
Explore employer resources for carpool, BIKETOWN, and transit. Plus, request assistance through Commute Consulting for Portland Businesses.
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.

Event Bike Parking

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Temporary bike parking at events is a practical solution to save space and improve event operations and attendance. The Portland Bureau of Transportation does not provide temporary bike parking.
Learn how the voter-approved Fixing Our Streets program funded $14 million worth of engineering projects to improve how Portland families access schools. Understand how projects were selected and view a map of funded locations.
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.
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.
It's important to wear a properly fitting helmet to protect yourself in case of a crash. This page will explain how you can adjust your or your child's helmet to fit properly.
A guide to starting a bike bus by the Portland Bureau of Transportation's Safe Routes to School program.
A guide to starting a park-and-walk by the Portland Bureau of Transportation's Safe Routes to School program.
A guide to starting a walking school bus by the Portland Bureau of Transportation's Safe Routes to School program.
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

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Left turn-calming is a tool used by the Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) to improve pedestrian safety at intersections.
Portland SmartTrips provides free walk and bike maps, guides for taking active trips like walking, biking and transit, and tips for moving safely through the city no matter what mode. Materials are for individual use.

Parking education

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The Safe Routes to School program works with schools and families to make the trip to school more safe. Learn how to manage parking around schools with the resources on this page.