General Information: 503-823-4000
1221 SW 4th Avenue, Room 110, Portland, OR 97204
During the current state of emergency, please visit our Covid-19 City of Portland website for customer service hours and operational changes for all city bureaus.
For emergency road hazards, call PBOT’s 24/7 maintenance dispatch line at (503) 823-1700.
For all other general PBOT questions, call our main line at (503) 823-5185. Leave a detailed message. Customer service staff are busy returning calls throughout the day.
For transportation-related questions about getting around during our state of emergency please visit our Covid-19 Transportation Questions and Answers page.
PBOT and the City of Portland are committed to climate action.
Through engagement with residents and institutions, PBOT is developing guidance documents regarding transportation demand management (TDM) requirements in Campus Institutional Zones.
The Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) is leading a planning process in coordination with TriMet to develop the Enhanced Transit Corridors Plan.
Planning that relates to specific transportation modes such as walking, cycling, transit, and freight.
Geographic-based long-range planning processes as well as operational studies.
Plans that identify new streets, bicycle and pedestrian improvements, and specific street improvement standards.
Specific planning processes that refine the intent and design of infrastructure improvements.
Plans that identify programs, tools, and policies for parking throughout the city.
Outlines public involvement strategies and goals for specific projects.
Documents, maps, outreach and events and the Community Advisory Group for the Growing Transit Communities Plan.