Author profile: Michael Andersen (News Editor)
Michael Andersen is the half-time news editor of BikePortland.org. He joined the team in May 2013 after three years as publisher of Portland Afoot and is proud to be supporting BikePortland's pursuit of new initiatives.With the other half of his time, he works as the staff writer for The Green Lane Project, a project of bike advocacy group PeopleForBikes that assists and encourages cities in the design of better bike lanes.You can reach him at firstname.lastname@example.org or his cell, 503-333-7824.
Here are the other 890 articles by Michael Andersen (News Editor):
- Portland parents launch national Vision Zero PAC to push ‘traffic violence apologists’ out of office (May 27, 2015)
The way to get people that need to change their tone to change their tone is to be a takedown organization.
- State will conduct safety audit of Barbur and formally weigh road redesign (May 26, 2015)
The audit will consider a road diet as a potential safety tool in the corridor.
- The Monday Roundup: Korean carfree experiment, Florida’s sky garage and more (May 25, 2015)
This week’s best bike links start with a very big experiment in South Korea.
- Man on bike seriously injured in SW Barnes Road collision (updated) (May 22, 2015)
A man reportedly received life-threatening head injuries while biking on Southwest Barnes Road Friday afternoon.
- Comment of the week: Portland’s road-diet deadline (May 22, 2015)
As Portland’s buildings fill in and grow up, its streets might start filling up, too. And that’ll only make change harder.
- Seattle’s antidote to aggressive driving on neighborhood greenways (May 22, 2015)
- Bike Milwaukie raises money for public bike repair stand outside City Hall (May 22, 2015)
Milwaukie doesn’t yet have a bike shop of its own.
- #BetterNaito demo kicks off two-week trial of multi-use path west of Waterfront Park (May 22, 2015)
The temporary treatment will convert the bike lane and rightmost mixed-traffic lane alongside Waterfront Park to a multi-use path for northbound bike traffic and for people walking.
- Pedal-powered freight delivery firm partners with Central Eastside food hub (May 21, 2015)
Portland’s biggest trike-based urban cargo company is about to get bigger.
- Portland’s housing supply still isn’t keeping up with population, but it’s falling behind more slowly (May 21, 2015)
After eight years of failing to add housing units nearly as fast as new residents were arriving, Multnomah County nearly kept pace in 2014.