Archive | February, 2007


Successful Community Meeting

Anderson helps explain the ‘vision’ Originally uploaded by npGREENWAY. Thanks to everyone who attended our very successful community meeting last week. We received some great input from people and formed new relationships that will certainly be enjoyed by all. Looking forward to seeing you at our next event as we Walk the Waud Bluff Trail […]

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community meeting TONIGHT!!!

hey there folks! We’re getting all amped up here for our meeting tonight. We hope to see you all there. We have posted an outline of the agenda below. Please come ready to share your ideas, time and resources! We can’t do this alone. There will be snacks and drinks available tonight. The coffee is […]

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R I V E R P L A N N E W S February 12, 2007

R I V E R P L A N N E W SFebruary 12, 2007 Planning for the land along the Willamette RiverCity of Portland | Bureau of Planning IN THIS ISSUEFebruary River Plan Committee Meeting and River Plan Open House (February 20)Draft Report Online: Developing the River Plan/North Reach: A Summary of Willamette Greenway […]

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Community Meeting is approaching!

Pam Arden, Mel Huie, Paul Maresh Originally uploaded by npGREENWAY. Our community meeting is approaching quickly. There is a lot of action going on behind the scenes right now to get ready. If you would like to volunteer and get the “inside scoop,” e-mail and let us know what your talents and desires are. […]

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Does Portland face the Fate of LA?

“A Network of bike paths could possibly ease the tension and save lives…” This is why we do what we do… enough said… Here’s what was said on C.I.C.L.E. The Road Wars: An NBC Video Report Published February 7, 2007 by C.I.C.L.E. NBC Channel 4 News reports on the hottest recent trend to hit Los […]

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Breathing Locally: How Toxic is Transportation? DEQ at PSU

Breathing Locally: How Toxic is Transportation? DEQ at PSU Portland State University Center for Transportation StudiesWinter 2007 Transportation Seminar Series Speaker: Gregg Lande, Oregon Department of Environmental QualityTopic: Air Quality: Toxics and TransportationWhen: Friday, February 9, 2007, 12:00-1:30 pmWhere: 204 Urban Center

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Salem gets bike bridge, what about Portland? Posted by Jonathan Maus on [Salem will convert thisbridge to bike/ped only.]Photo: City of Salem Back in November, I got an email from City of Salem project coordinator David Skilton. He wanted to share news that they’re converting an old railroad bridge on the Willamette to a […]

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Some quality Oregon-built bikes

The Bakfietsen have been making some waves in Portland, but a mere 100 miles to the south are two very worthy bicycle manufacturers we should keep in mind. The Center for Appropriate Transport in Eugene has several of what they call human powered machines (HPMs) of different types and configurations. The one that came to […]

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The Bakfiets Cargobike: More PDX sightings: Old Town Pizza Bakfiets

The Bakfiets Cargobike: More PDX sightings: Old Town Pizza Bakfiets Wouldn’t it be great to see these zooming up and down the Greenway?!?

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