Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) has been sending Brentwood-Darlington lots of street improvements that mean more safety for our residents, especially our kids!Continue reading
Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) has restricted access to the neighborhood greenway system to local traffic only. The points on this map show where the signage is located. Neighborhood greenways are slow, calm residential streets that prioritize people walking and bicycling. The restrictions will allow people to travel safely and give space to others.
All essential vehicle trips are allowed. People who live, work, and need access to homes and businesses are allowed to drive on the street.
This week the Portland Bureau of Transportation will be updating the speed limit on two segments of SE Flavel Street. The new speed limit will be 25 mph from 52nd to 92nd avenues and from 112th Avenue to Deardorff Road.
The reduced speed limits support the City of Portland’s Vision Zero goal to eliminate traffic deaths and serious injuries. Speed is a factor in nearly half of deadly crashes that occur in Portland. Lower speeds result in fewer crashes. When crashes occur, lower speeds make it more likely that people will survive (see image below). You can learn more about the City of Portland’s Vision Zero work at http://visionzeroportland.com.
Sunday, February 2, 2020, 2:00-4:00pm; Woodstock Library, 6008 SE 49th Avenue Portland, OR 97206
Join the Woodstock Library to celebrate the Lunar New Year, an important holiday in many Asian cultures, celebrating life, good health and prosperity. There will be cultural performances, educational activities and light refreshments. Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) will be in attendance providing swag and informational materials!
Today the Portland Bureau of Transportation is updating the speed limit on a portion of SE Duke Street. The new speed limit is 25 mph from SE 52nd to 82nd avenues.
The reduced speed limit supports the City of Portland’s Vision Zero goal to eliminate traffic deaths and serious injuries. Speed is a factor in nearly half of deadly crashes that occur in Portland. Lower speeds result in fewer crashes. When crashes occur, lower speeds make it more likely that people will survive (see image below). You can learn more about the City of Portland’s Vision Zero work at http://visionzeroportland.com.
If you have questions or concerns about the new speed limit, please email Matt Kelly or call him at 503-823-5831.
Update on the SE 45th Avenue Repaving and Restriping project from Scott Cohen at Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT):
Repaving is scheduled to begin on September 13th, 2019. The project is scheduled for 14 days of work, however some additional signage and striping work may continue after the paving. The work and schedule are weather dependent.
The concept for the restriping has changed based on community feedback and updates to our engineering guidelines on street designs. Please visit the website to see latest design.
This signature collection form is now closed. We hope to hear the results of the TGM grant application in Fall 2019.
Most of Brentwood-Darlington and parts of Mt. Scott-Arleta lack sidewalks, local commercial amenities, and adequate transit and street safety. The City of Portland’s Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) is applying for a large state grant to engage the residents of our two neighborhoods in planning for improved transportation, housing, and economic opportunities. We invite you to support this application by providing your name and address. Add your email address if you’d like to receive our newsletter. Thank you!
Please note: Your information will be provided to Portland Bureau of Transportation as support for this grant only.
PedPDX: Portland’s Citywide Pedestrian Plan City Council Hearing
Wednesday, June 5, 2019
2PM Time Certain
City Hall – 1221 SW Fourth Avenue
Would you like to tell City Council your perspective about PedPDX? To testify, sign up on a testimony sheet as you enter Council Chambers on the day of the meeting. Individuals have 3 minutes to testify, unless otherwise stated at the meeting.
Written testimony may be emailed or mailed to the Council Clerk prior to the meeting.
Council Clerk Testimony: firstname.lastname@example.org
US Mail: Council Clerk, 1221 SW Fourth Ave., Room 130, Portland OR 97204
Learn more. PedPDX.com
Couldn’t make it to our April 18th, 2019 meeting on Alternate Walkways with Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT)? Here is partial video of the meeting to discuss types of alternative walkways, especially along Safe Routes to School, in Brentwood-Darlington! Hosted by the Land Use and Transportation committee of Brentwood-Darlington Neighborhood Association (BDNA) with special guests from Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT).
(We are aware the video quality is pretty bad, but felt the audio was important. We’re working on better technology to connect our community to advocacy opportunities. Are you great with video and want to volunteer with BDNA? Contact us at email@example.com!)