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Most City offices closed Wednesday, June 19, to observe Juneteenth

The City of Portland recognizes Juneteenth as a formal day of remembrance to honor Black American history and the end of slavery in the United States. Learn about Juneteenth.

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Learn about SmartTrips program impact and output through these annual reports.
Kindergarten is a big life step for your child and getting to school is an important part of this journey. We recommend thinking about your trip to school now!
SmartTrips to School is a Portland Safe Routes to School program offering incoming 6th grade students activity ideas and wellness tips during this important milestone.
SmartTrips to Middle School is a Portland Safe Routes to School program offering incoming 6th grade students activity ideas and wellness tips during this important milestone.
SmartTrips to Middle School is a Portland Safe Routes to School program offering incoming 6th grade students activity ideas and wellness tips during this important milestone. As part of our program, we collected a list of free, family-friendly events happening all summer long throughout Portland.
Speeding is a top contributing factor to deadly crashes across the Portland region. Speed and intersection safety cameras are a proven tool to support safe speeds, reduce dangerous speeding, and save lives.

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Speed limits help keep yourself and others safe on our streets.
These route maps showcase some of the best places to ride around Portland. Most of the routes are loops, using low-traffic streets, neighborhood greenways, off-street paths and bike lanes.
Explore the sights, parks and neighborhoods of Portland through these suggested walks created by the Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT).

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The Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) and partners invite you to connect with your neighbors during a community walk every first Saturday of the month in Southwest Portland!
You are key to helping the us end traffic violence on our streets.
Information and resources about Portland's public transit systems, compiled by the Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT). Learn the essentials for taking public transit, including how to plan your trip and how to pay.
Tips for riding a bike in the wet, cold, or dark, from the Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT). Learn about visibility, road conditions, traffic, dressing for riding in comfort, caring for your bike, and alternate ways to get around when conditions call for it.
Portland Bureau of Transportation's Safe Routes to School program is installing temporary traffic playgrounds and playspaces. Learn what traffic playgrounds and playspaces are, and where you can find them.
Five one-minute videos that address top traffic safety issues in Portland. Content produced by the Portland Bureau of Transportation.
The Portland Bureau of Transportation's Safe Routes to School program's Transportation Academy offers transportation education to high school students in Parkrose School District and Portland Public Schools respectively.
Pedestrian, bicycle and transportation safety education units curated by Portland Safe Routes to School.
Safe Routes to School has created two multi-day education units on health and transportation safety. Each unit features an interactive PowerPoint presentation that covers crash prevention, road etiquette, traffic laws, and how to ride transit.
The Bureau of Environmental Services (BES) recently awarded the Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) $500,000 from its "Percent for Green" program. The program collects a percent of development charges and uses that money to fund large-scale green infrastructure projects.
Following a deadly crash, we install temporary displays to recognize the impact of traffic violence.
Negative safety consequences linked to increasing vehicle size trends