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Help shape the future of TriMet bus service.

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Forward Together TriMet seeks your feedback on the Forward Together Draft Service Concept. The proposal charts out future changes to bus service throughout the Portland metropolitan area. Two themes are present throughout the concept: Ridership and equity inform the proposed route changes and the frequency of service provided. Centered in the concept is ridership potential along dense walkable communities and an emphasis on improving service to low-income communities. The result… Read More »Help shape the future of TriMet bus service.

Refinements to the Shelter to Housing Continuum project ready for public review

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View the presentation shared with the SE Uplift Land Use & Transportation Committee 9/19. Update provided by Portland Bureau of Planning & Sustainability New proposals will streamline the process of creating shelter for people experiencing houselessness; address code barriers and unanticipated technical issues. Published September 2, 2022 12:20 pm In 2021, Portland City Council adopted the Shelter to Housing Continuum (S2HC) project to address the crisis of houseless Portlanders. These code changes… Read More »Refinements to the Shelter to Housing Continuum project ready for public review

Help Shape Metro’s Regional Transportation Plan with Survey

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Metro wants to hear about the types of transportation improvements that could help you get where you need to go more safely and reliably. Tell us by taking a survey in: English, Spanish, Chinese, Vietnamese or Russian. The survey closes Oct. 17, 2022. Request accommodations by emailing: transportation@oregonmetro.gov. Input collected through this survey will help identify the types of transportation projects and programs that are needed across the greater Portland region. Feedback will be shared with the… Read More »Help Shape Metro’s Regional Transportation Plan with Survey

Rendering of bus-only lanes on NE Couch St at the intersection with NE 9th Ave.

Traffic Advisory: Construction begins next week on NE Couch Rose Lane and 7th Ave Neighborhood Greenway

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Portland Bureau of Transportation sent this bulletin at 07/29/2022 02:08 PM PDT News media contact:Hannah Schafer 503-823-7238 Hannah.Schafer@portlandoregon.gov @pbotinfo Traffic Advisory:PBOT begins construction on NE Couch Rose Lane and 7th Avenue Neighborhood Greenway projects Construction impacts will continue through August and include intermittent lane closures, parking restrictions and traffic delays  (July 29, 2022) – The Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) begins construction next week on two new projects – the NE Couch Rose Lane Project and the NE/SE… Read More »Traffic Advisory: Construction begins next week on NE Couch Rose Lane and 7th Ave Neighborhood Greenway

EXTENDED: Apply by September 8 to join the Building a Better 82nd Avenue Community Advisory Group

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Critical Fixes    |    Future Investments    |    82nd Ave Plan (2019)    |    Contact us Building a Better 82nd Avenue Community Advisory Group PBOT is recruiting 18 community members to serve as volunteers on the Building a Better 82nd Avenue Community Advisory Committee. The Community Advisory Group (CAG) will play an essential role in providing feedback, helping solicit and engage the broader 82nd Avenue community, and helping shape the final plan… Read More »EXTENDED: Apply by September 8 to join the Building a Better 82nd Avenue Community Advisory Group

Saying Goodbye to Marty Stockton, our Southeast District Liaison 

As of July 1st we say good-buy, and a giant THANK YOU to our local Bureau of Planning and Sustainability (BPS) Southeast District Liaison, Marty Stockton! Starting in 2006 as a planner for the City of Portland at the Bureau of Development Services (BDS) and then in 2009 at BPS, she built relationships with community members all over the city before finally settling into her role in Southeast. As the Southeast District Liaison for the… Read More »Saying Goodbye to Marty Stockton, our Southeast District Liaison 

ABC + Ds of Land Use: In-person training

ABC + Ds of Land Use: In-person training Overview: This 2-part training is hosted by the Bureau of Planning and Sustainability, the Bureau of Development Services, and SE Uplift. Volunteers from all coalition areas are welcome to attend. RSVP: here What’s the purpose? The ABC+Ds of Land Use Training is designed to help new Land Use and Transportation Representatives as well as other local land use advocates better understand existing city… Read More »ABC + Ds of Land Use: In-person training

Traffic Safety Action-shop

Interested in creating awareness, changing policy, and finding $$ to improve safety on your neighborhood streets? RSPV today for our Traffic Safety Workshop!

Residential Infill Project: Update from Bureau of Planning and Sustainability

What is this project about?In response to community concerns about demolitions and the scale of new homes, as well as the supply of housing in Portland, the Residential Infill Project is exploring ways to adapt Portland’s single-dwelling zoning rules to meet the needs of current and future generations. The project addresses three topic areas: scale of houses, housing choice, and narrow lot development. For more information visit the project website… Read More »Residential Infill Project: Update from Bureau of Planning and Sustainability