Due to budget shortfalls, the County is at a crossroads in choosing how best to provide the transportation system people expect.
The Transportation Division includes six programs: Transportation Planning and Development, Road Capital Improvement Program, Bridges, Road Maintenance, Survey Office and Water Quality.
The Multnomah County Bridge Section manages and maintains six Willamette River Bridges and over 20 smaller bridges elsewhere in the County.
Multnomah County Road Services manages and preserves the county road infrastructure, and provides a safe and efficient transportation system that supports economic and community vitality.
How to contact the County Surveyor's Office
Transportation Planning manages the development of plans to address all modes of transportation at both the local and regional level.
Title VI Program Plan, and General Conditions (Section 100) for Oregon Standard Specifications for Construction.
Use the SeeClickFix app for Multnomah County road service requests. Find it online or download the app from the iPhone App Store or Google Play.
Transit service in Multnomah County will be expanded to several urban job centers, while transit will be extended to some rural areas thanks to state funds the county is receiving.
How to contact the Transportation Division and its programs.
- Report Hazardous Road Conditions
- Road and Bridge Service Request App
- Title VI and Construction Specifications
- Right-of-Way Appointment Request
- Transportation Permit Applications
- Subdivision or Condominium Name Request Form
- Road Maintenance and Information Request
- Request a Bridge Opening
- Request Public Records From Transportation
- Contact Us
Jon Henrichsen has been named Multnomah County Engineer and Transportation Division Director.