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The Portland Bureau of Transportation’s bolstered forces intend to better enforce vehicle registration, missing license plates, and other common infractions starting Monday, July 8.
At this behind-the-scenes dress rehearsal on Saturday, Aug. 3, you’ll be able to try out new spaces and procedures.
Thinking about getting an electric vehicle? Get the 411 on installing a charging port at your home.
The transportation bureau aims to get a better picture of ridership by observing more than 300 locations across the city.
Walk, bike, ride public transit, or rent an e-bike or e-scooter using PBOT’s online SmartTrips tools.
Biking has a number of benefits — improving health and reducing pollution and wear and tear on our streets, to name a few — but it’s vital that public safety is not neglected.
Join a workshop to learn how to fix things yourself or drop your ride off at a local shop.
To help make your entire process at PDX as smooth as possible, we’ve created a guide that covers everything from gates and parking to details on the airport’s 70 nonstop flights.
Learn about the biggest industries and employers in Portland and its surrounding counties with this guide to local business.
This season fans can take public transportation for no added cost to watch games at Providence Park.
Keeping our city’s roads smooth is a monumental task, but you can pitch in.
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Local blues and jazz musicians will perform beneath the iconic St. Johns Bridge.
Three options are available at the online survey, open until Aug. 15.
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Eighteen murals installed under bridges join the Central Eastside Industrial District’s rich tapestry of public art.
Built on the site of the previous library, the new Holgate Library costs approx. $27 million and showcases community-driven features.
The interactive project rescues unwanted instruments, turning them into one-of-a-kind works of art that are then dispersed across the city for anyone to play.