Portland Bureau of Transportation
BikePortland publisher and editor-in-chief Jonathan Maus took a ride along two new neighborhood greenways to report on successes and opportunities for continued improvement.
Portland will soon be spreading out the red carpet for buses.
Originally approved by 52 percent of voters in May 2016, the 4-year, 10 cents per gallon city gas tax has outperformed revenue projections. Funds are split between road maintenance and bike and pedestrian projects.
A downtown transportation plan designed to prioritize "transportation for everyone" will come before
A potentially game-changing suite of transit and active transportation projects is under consideration in Portland. The business community has reservations, but is also strongly supportive of aspects of the plan.
The city of Portland has released the survey results enabled by the Portland Bureau of Transportation's ongoing electric scooter pilot project.
The Portland Mercury
Portland, OR is asking residents to help prioritize its "wishlist" of transportation projects for the growing Central City area.
A public service announcement about safe use of electric scooters turn into a full-fledged controversy last week in Portland.
An institutional mandate isn't enough to make a design vision a reality. Portland is working on bringing its standards and guidelines in line with its ambition for protected bike lanes.
Freeing buses from congestion and protecting pedestrians from speeding cars are two of the goals expressed by the Central City in Motion planning process.
Portland planners are picking up and dusting off an idea that's been around since the 1990s: a subway in Downtown Portland.
The Portland Bureau of Transportation recently put the finishing touches on 5.6 miles of improvements to the city's bike infrastructure.
It's like a crosswalk, but for bikes.
A bike advocate tells the story of the how the state department of transportation convinced local officials to remove a popular bike lane in Portland.
A pilot program introduced parklets to Portland last summer to seemingly widespread applause. Fearing the loss of parking, a group representing downtown business owners has successfully lobbied the city to cancel the program in the downtown core.