News and notices
Winter Travel Advisory: More snow could create hazardous travel conditions Monday and Tuesday mornings
Be prepared for worse conditions than expected, as forecasts come with uncertainty about timing and amount of snow
Winter Travel Advisory: More snow on the way as PBOT continues 24-hour snow and ice response
Parking citations will NOT be issued through noon on Tuesday, Feb. 28
Winter Travel Advisory: PBOT waives parking citations for cars left in city meter districts, time stays, or abandoned on streets after surprise snow storm
Waiving fees in light of surprise snow event.
Updated Traffic Advisory
Winter Travel Advisory: PBOT warns that more snow tonight, lingering freeze all day Thursday will cause hazardous road conditions
Wednesday snowfall was far worse than forecast, and more is on the way, especially east of Interstate 205
Travel Advisory: Get ready! Snow, freezing rain could cause hazardous road conditions Thursday afternoon through Saturday
Freezing rain on Thursday night could make surfaces such as sidewalks, streets and bridges slick and treacherous. PBOT urges the traveling public to delay all travel Thursday night and all day Friday.
Snow in the forecast? Out of the forecast? Either way, it's time to get winter ready with tips and email updates from PBOT
As we enter the winter season, it's time to get ready for potential winter weather. You can sign up for updates and tips, delivered right to your email inbox or text messages.
PBOT urges everyone to prepare for snow, cold temperatures this holiday weekend through next week
PBOT has cancelled planned vacation time for hundreds of essential employees, expecting 24-hour operations this holiday weekend.
Time to put the finishing touches on your family's winter weather emergency response plan.
'Tis the season! With snow in the forecast, it's time to get winter ready
PBOT crews work year-round to get ready for winter. Are you ready?
News Release: City of Portland cleanup continues from historic winter storms; check updates for water, sewer, transportation, parks impacts and resources
(Feb. 26, 2021) The Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) and other city agencies continue to clean up from the historic Presidents Day Weekend winter storms that covered the city with as much as 10 inches of snow and .75 inches of ice.
Travel Advisory: Prepare for more snow and potential for isolated freezing rain this weekend
Avoid all travel in winter weather
PBOT Travel Advisory: With snow in the forecast for Thursday through the weekend, prepare now for winter weather
PBOT crews are working all day and overnight tonight to get ready
Are you ready?