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The Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) has launched a new initiative called Safe Streets to respond to the Covid-19 public health crisis. The program will make temporary changes to city streets and sidewalks to support physical distancing in public spaces and other critical travel needs.
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Learning may be happening at home these days, but when it's time for students to return to school, they will have safer ways to walk, bike and roll to get there.
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This project, funded by Fixing Our Streets, will repave a section of SW Capitol Highway in the area of Multnomah Village.
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(May 1, 2020) The Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) advises the traveling public to expect potentially high traffic congestion near the Lloyd Center Mall on Monday, May 4, as the Salvation Army conducts its first food box giveaway at that location.
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Joint effort by the Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT), Portland Fire & Rescue, the Portland Police Bureau and Multnomah County to improve wayfinding, 9-1-1 dispatching and emergency response
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Youth across Multnomah County are invited to design bike lane art for Portland's streets PBOT and Multnomah Country Library team up to make sure contest meets Stay Home. Save Lives requirements
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The Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) will begin critical repairs to the northernmost westbound lane on West Burnside Street from NW 24th Place to NW Maywood Drive starting on Monday, April 13 and continuing through Friday, April 17 from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily.
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This project, funded by Fixing Our Streets, will repave and repair SW Capitol Highway through the heart of Multnomah Village
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For the safety of travelers, the northernmost westbound travel lane on West Burnside will remain closed through Friday, April 10.
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A landslide on West Burnside at 24th Place will require a lane closure overnight as Portland Bureau of Transportation’s (PBOT) Maintenance Operations and Portland Parks & Recreation’s Urban Forestry crews continue to manage the still-active slide.
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(March 15, 2020) – With direction from Gov. Kate Brown and Mayor Ted Wheeler on limiting the spread of the COVID-19 virus, the Portland Bureau of Transportation and Oregon Health & Science University today announced temporary limits to service on the Portland Aerial Tram.