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Bureau's Planning team wrote and submitted three successful grants, each will improve transportation and access
Keep walking, biking, rolling and strolling, year-round!
PBOT’s Slow Streets program moves ahead with permanent installations in response to positive community support
The familiar green signs and orange temporary traffic barrels are evolving to concrete planters and shared street signage to better maintain calm streets and slow traffic on many of Portland’s neighborhood greenways
Key connector between the Springwater Corridor Trail and SE Portland parks, schools, and bikeways now complete
Two formerly-gravel streets in the Brentwood-Darlington and Lents neighborhoods were paved as part of the Springwater Connector Neighborhood Greenway project
News Blog: Need fresh air? Looking for a safe place to get moving? Portland has 118 miles of streets built just for you
PBOT’s 2020 Neighborhood Greenways Report shows the opportunities (and challenges) facing Portland’s greenways during the Covid-19 public health crisis and beyond
Play the recently launched Go By Greenways game over the next four weeks and get to know Portland’s newest neighborhood greenways