Tag Archives | bicycle master plan

Lessons from our Past | More Car Based Infrastructure?

I came across this great video this morning about the defeat of the Mt Hood Freeway. It speaks volumes about what we can learn from our past. It reminds me of the current momentum for the Columbia River Crossing and also how we shape North Portland with the upcoming River Plan. Thanks to Clarence and […]

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from the bta blog: Cycling Community Seeks Support for Re-using Sauvie Island Bridge in NW Portland

Move the Council to Support Moving the Sauvie Island Bridge Posted by: Karl Apr 01 2008, 3:17 pm Mayor Potter has decided to oppose a proposal put forth by Commissioner Sam Adams that would greatly enhance bicycling in Portland. This time it’s the proposal to reuse the Sauvie Island Bridge for a landmark bicycle and […]

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G R E E L E Y gauntlet (bike lane commute)

This Video attempts to document the poor cycling conditions where Greeley Avenue splits to the Interstate 5 Southbound on-ramp and the intersection of North Interstate Avenue. Rather than write a completely new post about this subject, I have compiled commentary from a BikePortland post and the npGREENWAY flickr page below the video. commenter #1 says: […]

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Come Ride wtih us TONIGHT!

We at npGREENWAY are very excited about the Ride through North Portland tonight and wanted to share with you the text from the back of the map for tonights ride: Bicycle Master Plan Ride #4: North PortlandMay 1, 2007 Brief DescriptionThis 4th Bicycle Master Plan Ride will explore some of the bicycle lanes and off-street […]

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Bicycle Master Plan Rides through North Portland

from BikePortland.org: Funding cut is opportunity for activism Posted by Jonathan Maus on April 30th, 2007 at 12:34 pm Portland City HallFile photo: 7/6/06 From a community fund drive to a rally at City Hall, there has been a wide range of reactions the Mayor’s decision to cut funding for Portland’s Bicycle Master Plan. On […]

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