Feds Throw Wrench Into Oregon Highway WideningBy Jonathan Maus | | No Comments
More environmental assessment is needed for the I-5 Rose Quarter freeway plan.
Portland Considers Electric-Cargo-Bike Delivery HubsBy Jonathan Maus | | No Comments
The City of Portland is considering a new use for streets that would lead to cleaner and greener deliveries: “micro delivery hubs.”
The Parking Reform Network Comes of AgeBy Jonathan Maus | | No Comments
“We’re all here because when we look at a new surface parking lot, or see a lot being dug up for an apartment’s underground garage, we understand these are just the surface expressions of a sinister force." -Parking Reform Network founder Tony Jordan, via Bike Portland's Jonathan Maus
STUDY: How Race and Income Impact Road Safety in OregonBy Jonathan Maus | | No Comments
A growing body of research has proven that incomplete and dangerous transportation infrastructure in lower-income areas has a disparate negative impact on Black, Indigenous and people of color. Now ODOT’s own analysis proves the existence of these impacts on BIPOC Oregonians for the first time.
Report: Bike Infrastructure Key to E-scooter Usage in PortlandBy Jonathan Maus | | No Comments
They’re not just bike lanes anymore.
Portlanders Celebrate — And Question — New Outdoor CafesBy Jonathan Maus | | No Comments
It’s cafes instead of cars as Portland restaurants expand into streets. But who do these spaces benefit?
How to Get Skeptical Business Owners On Board With Protected Bike LanesBy Jonathan Maus | | No Comments
Small business owners are often resistant to the idea of removing parking to install better bikeways — but this Portland advocate found a way to persuade them.
Is it time to sue cities that allow parking at intersections?By Jonathan Maus | | No Comments
$5.9 million lawsuit says City of Portland is negligent for doing it — and argues this bad parking policy has already cost pedestrian lives.