Of particular interest to cyclists is Roger Geller’s overview of Portland’s bikeway system and infrastructure (Roger is the Bicycle Coordinator for the City of Portland and regular commenter on this site).
One of the coolest parts of his presentation is when he shows the progression of Portland’s bikeway network in 5 year increments from 1985 to today and into the future. I thought it’d be neat to see this as an animation. So check out this animated view of how far we’ve come in 20 years and where we’re headed in the future.
Roger’s presentation was called, “Bicycle Transportation in Portland; Where We’ve Been, Where We Are, Where We’re Going.” The whole thing is 92 slides and you can download it here (7.0 MB PDF file).
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