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Take the Portland Curbsider Survey

Weigh In: How to Invest Public Dollars The Portland Plan is focused on creating a better future, while taking action to improve the city today.

Every year Portland’s Office of Management and Finance hosts public budget forums around the city to get input from Portlanders about their priorities. It’s not possible to immediately fix all […]

Central Eastside Parking Management Plan

If you missed the open house last week, you can take a look at the slide show and documents presented online,

Central Eastside Parking Management Plan information: http://www.portlandonline.com/transportation/index.cfm?c=53032

Slideshow from Feb. 25, 2011 Community Workshop: http://www.portlandonline.com/transportation/index.cfm?c=53032&a=339255(Thanks to Sarah at PBOT for posting!)

On March 15th, project manager Bill Hoffman will present a brief update […]

Portland-Milwaukie Light Rail Open Houses in March

There is a lot going on with designs and plans for the Portland-Milwaukie light rail. Plan to attend one of these open houses to find out more! Read more about the project here.

Design open house: 17th Avenue Monday, March 14 6-7:30 p.m. Thelma Skelton Loaves & Fishes Center at Sacred Heart Villa 3925 […]

Division Streetscape Project Open House, March 15

Want to see the latest designs in store for the Division Streetscape Project? Make plans to attend this open house, Tuesday, March 15. (Details in the flyer linked here or info below.) And, why not maximize your time out and join us for the monthly HAND meeting that same night, just a few steps away, […]

Portland-Milwaukie Light Rail Citizens Advisory Committee Meeting, Feb. 17

The next meeting of the Portland-Milwaukie Light Rail Project Citizens Advisory Committee is Thursday, February 17, from 6 to 7:30 p.m. The public is invited to attend. Location: Holgate Plaza TriMet Offices, 1625 SE Holgate Blvd, Portland. More

UPDATED 2/9/11: Bioswale Construction in the Neighborhood

Have you caught yourself going down a side street you regularly turn on just to discover it’s been closed for construction?

Construction for the Bureau of Environmental Services’ Tabor to the River project is well underway in parts of our neighborhood. To get a better idea of the UPDATED (2/9/11) construction schedule, please download this […]

PBOT Open House for Central Eastside, Feb. 22

CENTRAL EASTSIDE INDUSTRIAL DISTRICT PARKING MANAGEMENT PLAN COMMUNITY WORKSHOP Tuesday, February 22, 2011 from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. @Large Film Studios, 807 NE Couch Street

We want your input and insight! You are invited to learn about the work the Stakeholder Advisory Committee and the project team have been involved with, and what strategies are […]

Esplanade Detour Near OMSI, Feb. 2 – 11

Bike traffic on the Eastbank Esplanade between the Hawthorne Bridge and SE Caruthers Street will be temporarily detoured to SE Water Avenue Wednesday, February 2, through Friday, February 11, 2011.

In preparation for the Portland-Milwaukie Light Rail Project’s new bridge over the Willamette River, crews will be collecting geotechnical samples along the riverbank using […]

Streetcar Construction Update

Portland Streetcar Construction Advisory

PLEASE BE ADVISED THAT ROADWAY RECONSTRUCTION FOLLOWED BY TRACK INSTALLATION WILL BEGIN THE WEEK OF JANUARY 24, 2011 ON SE MLK FROM HAWTHORNE TO MILL.

THIS WORK AREA WILL BE UNDER CONSTRUCTION FOR UP TO FOUR WEEKS. (Construction subject to change).

THE WEEK OF JAN 24, THE TWO CENTER LANES […]

PBOT Grant Applications Seek Support

PBOT grant applications need your support

Every two years, Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) requests grant proposals for Federal Transportation Enhancement funds. Eligible projects include “Provision of facilities for pedestrians and bicyclists,” among others. This is a very competitive funding cycle; a total of $16 million is available statewide, and ODOT has received roughly $92 […]