Folks who regularly travel the Sellwood Bridge are going to have find a different way to get around for a week.
Some big changes are in store for TriMet riders and the transit organization is working hard to make sure everything goes smoothly.
The streets are all “neighborhood greenways,” which are residential streets that prioritize pedestrians, bicyclists and families. Previously the greenway streets had 25 mph speed limits.
Thousands of cyclists will be taking a leisurely ride across Portland's bridges Sunday morning.
The closure, which will start at 11 p.m. Friday and last through as late as 5 a.m. on Monday, will affect the southbound lanes of I-5 between the Fremont Bridge and the Marquam Bridge.
An ODOT spokesman said the polymer concrete that was going to be applied on the freeway is sensitive to moisture, which means work can’t be done this weekend.
Multnomah County commissioners approved the final design on Thursday, meaning construction crews can now move forward with building the $299 million bridge over the Willamette River.
A new display was unveiled at the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry this week, one that features an auto body shell hanging from the ceiling and uses augmented reality technology to bring the vehicle's inner workings to life.
There will also be plenty of drivers on Saturday morning cursing the fact they didn’t plan ahead and got stuck behind police barricades along the route. Don't be one of those people.
If you’re hitting the road in the next few days it might be best to cover your eyes when you stop to fill up. The price on the pump isn’t going to be pretty.
Oregon has rolled out a new license plate option in honor of the state's wine industry.
Portland ranked No. 2 on the list of Top 10 Bikeable Cities by Bike Score, Walk Score’s quantitative measurement of the bikeablility in cities.