Local Agencies & Organizations
PSU Transportation & Parking Services
The department responsible for making our campus bike friendly! The Bike Hub is a program administered by PSU Transportation & Parking Services. This department is also responsible for bike parking on campus as well as various transit programs and management of PSU's parking structures.| Visit PSU Transportation & Parking
Bicycle Transportation Alliance (BTA)
The Bicycle Transportation Alliance (BTA) is a non-profit membership organization working to promote bicycling and improve bicycling conditions in Oregon and SW Washington. Since 1990, the BTA has worked in partnership with citizens, businesses, community groups, government agencies and elected officials to create communities where people can meet their daily transportation needs on a bike. | Visit the BTA
TriMet is the regional transit agency that provides bus, streetcar, and light rail (MAX) service. All buses and trains are equipped with bike racks, but beware: they are often popular during rush hour. Visit TriMet's website for tips on bringing your bike with you on your next transit trip. | Visit TriMet
SmartTrips is the name for Transportation Options programs to encourage alternative transportation choices. We want to make sure everyone who lives, works or runs a business in Portland knows about all the options they have for getting around. By choosing to walk, bike, take transit, and carpool Portlanders increase fitness, save money, reduce traffic congestion, and help maintain a liveable environment. | Visit SmartTrips
Portland Bureau of Transportation
The City of Portland Office of Transportation is a community partner in shaping a livable city. They plan, build, manage and maintain an effective and safe transportation system that provides people and businesses access and mobility. They keep Portland moving.. | Visit PBOT
Important Phone Numbers @ PBOT
Are you encountering road facility problems on your commute? PBOT provides two hotlines for cyclists to report roadway maintenance issues.
If stop light loop detectors aren't detecting you, or if a bike lane needs to be swept free of loose gravel or excess debris, call the Cyclist Hotline at 503.823.CYCL (2925)
Pothole/Pavement Repair Hotline
Report that nasty bump in the road. Call 503.823.BUMP (2867)
You can also submit requests for low-cost, small-scale repairs to your favorite bicycle routes on the PBOT website under the Bike Route Need Maintenance? heading.
If you want the most up to date information on bike planning, culture, politics, and more visit this blog published by Jonathan Maus.| Visit BikePortland.org